News: Pusha T Uses Ludacris To Blast Cash Money? "Crack Swag Gone Ever Since You Came Home From Prison" [Audio]
Wednesday, Nov 28, 2012 9:10PM
Days after G.O.O.D. Music's Pusha T vowed he has no personal issues with rap rival Lil Wayne, the Clipse member has reportedly gone at Cash Money on a new Ludacris record.
In Pusha's rhymes, he appears to make references to Wayne's time behind bars and love for skateboarding.
A snippet recently surfaced of a new Ludacris song in which Pusha T is taking some shots at Birdman and Lil Wayne. From the lyrics that leaked it looks like Pusha is only taking subliminal shots at the two, which is not very new, but it's still very clear who he is talking about. Check out the lyrics below and look out for this song to drop soon. "With your baby mama f*cking every rapper in the business/N*ggas saying you was better when the drugs was in your system/Now your crack swag gone ever since u came from prison/Got you tweeting all stupid, is you skatin', is you dissin'/Found out your ghost leased and your phantom just rented/Won't leave it in your name like Pac when he went missing/Makaveli lives on so I'm riding on you b*tches" (Complex)
Earlier this week, Pusha spoke on going at Wayne but also making quality records.
"I put out a record. He puts out a record. Like I said, it's not about diss records to me. It's about making good music. I feel like everything I've put out thus far in regards to anything that has to do with me having an issue or so on and so forth, has been an immaculate record," Pusha said in an interview. "I can't say that for everybody else. Everybody else who may have thrown a shot here or thrown a shot there, whatever the case might be, at me, I can't say their record was awesome. I think that I was shaking souls with 'Exodus.' I think I was shaking souls with 'New God Flow.' ... It's not a personal beef. I don't personally know any of them. These guys have made great music in their day. These guys got fans, tons of fans, so I can't really let anybody speak ill, somebody with that many fans and somebody with that type of visibility and with that type of history, I can't just let them make statements against me and be quiet about it. That can be viewed as a victory." (Booska-P)
Last month, the Viriginia-bred emcee said Cash Money boss Birdman influenced his verse on "New God Flow."
"New God Flow" was about, in my view, something I read in a Birdman interview that I didn't like. He said something like "G.O.O.D. Music isn't nothing" and it had nothing to do with Wayne or Drake per se. That was Birdman saying whatever he wanted to say and that was the basis of where all of my lines came from. Everybody else was on their love of Hip-Hop s**t." (Hip Hop Wired)
Although Wayne dropped "Goulish" directed toward him last summer, Pusha later explained why he did not offer up a response track.
"I was surprised actually at the whole -- anybody, but Wayne specifically, answering 'Exodus.' I've never seen one record that didn't say any names cause so much of a firestorm," Pusha told radio host Funkmaster Flex. "['Goulish?'] It was horrible. It was trash. It wasn't good -- I didn't like [the production] either. Let me say this. I didn't like it for that type of record. I didn't feel like, in all honesty, I haven't said anything about it because I didn't think it was good enough to respond to." (Hot 97)
Check out Pusha T's snippet: