Pusha T and Lil Wayne have a storied history of discrepancies, and as of recent, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper has vocalized his feelings on his rap opponent’s music. During a trip to Sirius XM’s Hip-Hop Nation, one half of Clipse gave his thought’s on Weezy’s Dedication 5 mixtape.

Lil’ Kim isn’t the only rapper with some feedback for Lil’ Wayne on his recently released Dedication 5 mixtape. In typical Pusha T fashion, he sent a vague but very clear shot at Lil’ Wayne via Twitter.

“Mixtape Weezy” would not approve of this. On this Labor Day (Sept. 2), the Twitter masses decided to go in on Lil Wayne‘s tendency to drop struggle bars with the #RapLikeLilWayne hashtag.

After a bit of a delay, Lil Wayne lets loose his Dedication 5 mixtape, hosted by DJ Drama, of course.

If you thought Lil Wayne‘s Dedication 5 was all smoke and mirrors, here’s a little something to give the rumored release some legs. Yesterday, the hub for all things relating to the New Orleans native, LWHQ, debuted the mixtape’s official artwork by an artist named Olly.

Allow us a moment to take our foot out of our mouth. Earlier today, we jokingly told fans not to expect a new Lil Wayne mixtape after his freestyle to Ace Hood’s “Bugatti” hit the Internets. DJ Drama says otherwise, though.