News: No Malice, Kid Cudi & More Address Pusha T/Lil Wayne Beef, "F*ck Anybody Who Feel Different"

Thursday, May 24, 2012 11:09PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Less than 24 hours after the release of Pusha T's controversial "Exodus 23:1," a slew of associated artists ranging from his brother No Malice to G.O.O.D. Music's Kid Cudi have come forward to speak out.

Despite their blood relation, No Malice said he would not engage in the beef talk between Pusha and Young Money.

"Sorry twitter Fam but do I look concerned about anybody's beef? If it don't glorify God I am uninterested. #nowgetoffmytimeline!," he tweeted May 24th. (No Malice's Twitter)

G.O.O.D. Music's Kid Cudi stood by Pusha's controversial subliminal record.

"I LOVE MY N*GGA PUSHA T, F*CK ANYBODY WHO FEEL DIFFERENT. WE AINT HO'S OUT HERE" (Kid Cudi's Twitter)

Rap necomer Young Chop said he personally took offense to the track, which he believes is also directed toward him.

"Yeah, I was surprised. They said they squashed all the beef that essentially was going on between me and Kanye [West]. So I felt like they [broke] the rules. He put it on record... "f*ck your b*tch" and all that. ... [Why did he do the diss?] I don't have a clue. I really don't know. Yeah, that was a shocker. That was a big shocker. Actually, I was asleep the time it dropped. My brother told me [about it]." (HHDX)

Last night, Young Money boss Lil Wayne publicly called out Pusha.

"F*k pusha t and anybody that love em," he tweeted May 23rd. (Lil Wayne's Twitter)

Although merely speculation thus far, Pusha's new "Exodus" record is believed to take aim at the fact artists like Drake and Lil Wayne who fall under Cash Money CEO Birdman's imprint.

"Contract all f*cked up, I guess that means you're all f*cked up," Pusha raps, "You signed to one n*gga, that signed to another n*gga, that signed to three n*ggas, now that's bad luck." ("Exodus 23:1")

Check out Pusha T's "Exodus 23:1" below:

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