The Pusha T Lil Wayne beef has really heated up this past week, with the war of words on Twitter, the release of several diss tracks, and comments from others close to both sides. Just recently, Pusha's brother and partner in rhyme, No Malice from Clipse, weighed in on the feud.
Days ago, the Pusha and Weezy beef had a tweet fired off from Wayne saying "F-- pusha and anybody that love em." That brought recent reaction from Push's older brother. According to Hip Hop DX, No Malice tweeted just yesterday on Twitter:
"Well I LOVE Pusha! That's my blood and I ain't never kiss em."
No Malice, real name Gene Thornton, is formerly known as Malice from Virginia-based rap group Clipse. The group consisted of him and his younger brother, Terrence Thornton, aka Pusha T. It seems only natural that he'd come to his brother and rap partner's defense in this feud. However, his comment is referring to Baby aka "Birdman" who is Lil Wayne's mentor. The kissing comment refers to a photo back in 2006 where the two were seen kissing. Later it was revealed that was because the pair share a "father-son relationship" since Weezy was young.
So it looks like now Birdman, the Cash Money CEO, could be next to step up and get involved in this Pusha T Lil Wayne beef. By the way, Pusha T has yet to come out and say that "Exodus 23:1" is directed towards Drake, Young Money, or Lil Wayne. If it's not, he certainly managed to stir up Weezy and YMCMB with just a bunch of words cleverly strung together!
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