It seems that Weezy's tweets (assuming his consideration wasn't hacked) was sent in reaction to Pusha's new individual, "Exodus 23:1." On the monitor, the G.O.O.D. Songs MC requires photos at un-named objectives, though lovers started to take a position on hip-hop weblogs and over Twitter that Pusha was getting aim at Lil John and Drake. The Worry of God lyricist didn't discuss anyone by name, but he throw a range that many believed was a referrals to Youthful Money, Money Cash and Universal's three-tier company framework. "Contact all f---ed up, I think that indicates you all f---ed up/ You finalized to one n---a, that's finalized to another n---a, that's finalized to three n---as, now that's bad fortune."
Back in 2006, Pusha's team the Clipse and Weezy became twisted in a war of terms, but in a 2011 appointment with Complicated journal, Force discussed how he had shifted previous the meat with Tunechi.
"Ever since Lil John went in to prison, that whole little stint [between me and him] is really deceased and over with. I don't have any ill will towards John, Money Cash or any of them," Force informed the mag. "There was definitely a period of period when I sensed a certain way [about him], but as of right now I don't."
Many also considered that Pusha had taken aim at Drake when he decreased his "Don't F--- With Me" freestyle over Drizzy's "Dreams Money Can Buy" defeat last season. During an Oct appointment with WGCI's DJ Celestial satellite Dawg in Chicago, illinois, Force taken down any view of meat. "You're never going to listen to me say that I was dissin' Drake or anything like that; I actually like him," he said.