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Lil Wayne’s beef with Pusha T does not involve, G.O.O.D. Music–so says Mack Maine. Weezy’s right-hand-man told MTV News that the beef is isolated only to the Virginia rapper, and not Kanye’s imprint. “It’s not like that. I don’t see it like that. That’s not what we in the game for,” he said.

Even though Big Sean (of G.O.O.D Music) appears on Wayne’s newly-released “My Homies Still” single, the Young Money frontman was clearly not referring to the Detroit rapper when he tweeted “fuk pusha t and anybody that love em” last week. Maine went on to state that if the simmering beef were to come to a boil, it would never involve the YMCMB/G.O.O.D Music crews. “If it ever came to that, God forbid, that’s a whole different story, but right now we’re just tryin’ to get paper, we’re just tryin’ to get money, man, and make good music. And that was a great song that was made before that situation happened, and I’m not ’bout to go into the studio and tell Wayne to take [Big Sean] off. Wayne not tryna take him off — he’s good peeps, he’s fam.”

In spite of his diplomatic position on the whole thing, Maine also likened Wayne’s “Goulish” record to getting rid of a pesky insect. “Sometimes you swat it and the gnat dies; sometimes it just go away. … You can keep flyin’, just fly somewhere else, though. We chillin’.”

That last statement absolutely sounds like the rift is still alive and well. Your move Pusha T.



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