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Looks like Wayne wasn’t the only person who felt a way about Pusha T’s “Exodus 23:1” record. Young Chop, producer of Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like” anthem, took offense to a bar featured in the record.

“You can keep yo beats N***a, we much rather share your b-tch, n***a, b-tch n***a,”  spits Pusha.

Chop’s disappointment with the G.O.O.D family is well documented, stemming from the producer’s initial rift with Kanye West over the remix of “I Don’t Like,” which was featured as a revamped version of the beat with Jadakiss, Kanye, Pusha, and Big Sean appearing on the track. Although Chop has stated that the matter has been settled, Pusha’s bars have freshly opened the wound.

“f-ck (Pusha T) am on that,” tweeted Chop. “am on that with yo bicth A$$ @PUSHA_T. this ni–a made a song about me.”

What’s come out of Pusha T’s mouth is clearly some sh-t Chop don’t like.


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