Drake might have followed Lil Wayne's footsteps in returning the jab at Pusha T. After Weezy responded to Pusha's alleged diss on "Exodus 23:1" by releasing his own cut, words ran wild that Drizzy has also fired back at the G.O.O.D. Music rapper during his Club Paradise tour stop in Washington, D.C.
According to MTV's RapFix, 25-year-old Drizzy took shot at 35-year-old Pusha when taking the stage at the Verizon Center on Friday, May 25 evening. "If you was doin' 16s when I was 16 and your sh** still flopped and you switched teams don't talk to me my n***a," the "Take Care" singer allegedly told the crowd.
Several fans have taken to their Twitter accounts to share the words. One user under the name of @jcudderlife tweeted, "Drake just responded to pusha T in dc." Another one, @Fillin_TheBlank, wrote, "Drake just dissed Pusha T live at the Club Paradise tour stop in DC," and a third one, @youngking_XVO, claimed, "drake said some things about pusha in dc."
Pusha T ignited the beef with Drizzy and Weezy after he put out his song "Exodus 23:1". It hears the MC taking shots at unnamed targets by spitting, "Contract all f**ked up/ I guess that means you all f**ked up/ You signed to one n***a, that's signed to another n***a, that's signed to three n****s/ Now that's bad luck." However, many believe that it was directed to the "Best I Ever Had" singer and his mentor.
On Thursday, May 24 morning, Weezy responded to the diss track by tweeting, "F**k pusha t and anybody that love em." He later released his new cut, "Goulish," that has him rapping, "F**k Pusha T and anybody that love him / His head up his a**, I'ma have to head butt him / Gut him, Lil Tunechi s**t, weak stomach / It's me, LT like when you heat butter / Ol' p***y in the pan, red is the flag."
Pusha T's "Exodus 23:1":
Lil Wayne's "Goulish":