Earlier last week, Clipse member Pusha T released “Exodus 23:1″, a song that many presumed was a diss towards Drake and Young Money Entertainment. Lil Wayne responded, first with a tweet disrespecting Pusha T “and anybody who love him,” and yesterday (May 25) by way of his own song, “Goulish.”
@LilTunechi Lil Wayne Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em May 24 via Twitter for iPhone
The other half of The Clipse, and older brother to Pusha No Malice, also responded via Twitter.
@NoMalice757 aka Yes My Lord Well I LOVE Pusha! That’s my blood and I ain’t never kiss em. May 26 via Twitter for iPhone
The mention of a kiss refers to a mid-2000’s photo of Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records CEO Birdman engaged in a mouth kiss. Birdman later explained the kissing ritual to be their father-son relationship since Wayne’s youth. In 2009, the rapper/CEO was pressed again about the photo, and said he would kiss his adoptive son and star rapper again.