Young Money’s Jae Millz has publicly called out G.O.O.D Music member Pusha T over an alleged jab at Lil Wayne in light of the new Dedication V mixtape release.
Minutes after Pusha made an open-ended tweet about someone who “lost it,” Millz went on the defensive end for Wayne.
“And i think its safe to say, YOU cant fuxk wit me! #CallingYouOut RT @PUSHA_T I think it’s safe to say, you really lost it…,” Millz tweeted September 1.
“Fans been waiting for ya album just as long as mine n*gga.. Lmao @PUSHA_T might as well jump in this water and get demolished!”
“Im sooooo on it… I been loading up!!! For ALL you n*ggas.. Talk that sh*t now, fuxk plaques, fuxk money, fuxk swag.. Let’s talk that sh*t”
“Somebody tell @PUSHA_T that JAE MILLZ is on that vintage NY calling n*ggas out sh!t.. Classic HipHop sh*t.. No violence, just BARS” (Jae Millz’s Twitter)
Not finished with the onslaught, Jae made sure to take a few jabs at Pusha’s music.
“Bout to go break up some loud on @PUSHA_T #WrathOfCaine mixtape.. Lmao,” Jae added.
“And I’m STILL #HearingVoices don’t make me part 2 u my man…”
“Slander tweets are funny and all, Lmao.. Can’t lie, some of yall are wild funny when yall go in. But these bars….. No joke.”
“BEEN Most Hated… We embrace slander with a smirk.”
“Word. Lol RT @Prince_Jnuff @STEVEKNOWS_ @JAE_MILLZ if he blocked you why you still on his d*ck Lmao”
“”I might sell a brick on my birthday, 36 years of doing dirt like it’s Earth Day” -Pushing 40 (*i meant) @PUSHA_T Lmfao”
“Ight, im done.. Yall can fill my mentions with slander now.. I probably won’t see it until tomorrow or Tuesday anyway, Lmao.?” (Jae Millz’s Twitter)
Pusha’s open-ended tweet appeared on his Twitter page Sunday (September 1) afternoon hours after Dedication V premiered online.
“I think it’s safe to say, you really lost it…,” Pusha’s Twitter. (Pusha T’s Twitter)
Last summer, the Clipse rapper and Wayne went at each other’s necks.
“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)