Pusha T Says Lil Wayne’s Seizure Wasn’t Important, Can’t See YMCMB Collabo Going Down [Video]

Pusha T Says Lil Wayne’s Seizure Wasn’t Important, Can’t See YMCMB Collabo Going Down [Video]

G.O.O.D Music’s Pusha T recently shared his thoughts on Lil Wayne suffering a publicized seizure last month and admitted he could not envision himself working with Weezy F. Baby on a joint record.

After downplaying the seriousness behind Wayne’s hospitalization, Pusha made sure to let the world know he has no plans of trying to lock in studio time with the Young Money boss.

“What was that,” Pusha asked when questioned if he sent Wayne a ‘Get Well’ card in light of his hospitalization. “Ah man, what was that about? Did they do like a candlelight vigil or anything? Oh, so it wasn’t important, right? It wasn’t important. Nahhhhh. [laughs] What? Yo, listen, I’m fine, man. I’m really fine, man. I don’t have real problems, man. I just be rapping, Q Deezy. I don’t got problems. It just be what it be. At the end of the day, I can’t, you know, these people have a lot of fans. So when you say stuff in regards to me or your crew does things like that, it’s like man, y’all got all the fanfare. It’s just me over here. [You want to see a record with us?] I don’t want to see that. Nah, why. You acting like this is Carter 2 Wayne. Get outta here. Q Deezy, stop.” (Q Deezy)

Last month, the Clipse member talked about single-handedly going after Young Money.

“Let’s just look at what I did to people out here, I blacked out on a whole crew all year,” Pusha said in an interview. “All year long, I blacked out on a whole crew by myself, all year long. Nobody stood next to me and blacked out with me. I blacked out on a whole crew by myself. Like, I don’t belong on no list? And I’m talking about everybody, I blacked out on peoples’ favorites — I had emcees denouncing their fan base, denouncing their fan base and coming back with records talking about, ‘As long as my chicks love me.’ I did that…I don’t belong on no list? It’s cool, I’ve just got to work harder.” (Semtex TV)

In February, Pusha admitted he was down to go pound-for-pound with any rap battle challenger, even music rival Drake.

“Listen, at the end of the day, I’m ready for anything and anybody,” Pusha said in an interview with DJ Whoo Kid. “I don’t, this is music to me, like, this is music, this is something I’m good at. Like, it’s something that I’m very good at. Like I said man, I’m spiteful. I’m saying, you’re asking me, so I’ve got to tell you, that’s real. I don’t shy away from anything. I’m not into it like that. And like I said, I keep it tasteful. I keep it tasteful and I keep it hip-hop, I keep it rap. Like, that’s it. I ain’t trippin’. And I’m not here to discredit what they’ve achieved. Drake is good. This is like real talk. These guys are good.” (Whoolywood)

Last spring, reports claimed Drake fired a shot at Pusha during a Washington, DC concert.

Drake’s YMCMB big homie Lil’ Wayne put out the diss track “Goulish” a couple days ago aimed at Pusha T in response to his “Exodus 23:1″ record, and now, Drizzy has some words of his own for Pusha. During his Club Paradise Tour set this weekend in Washington D.C., Drake said, “If you was doing 16s when I was 16 and your sh*t still flopped and you switched teams, don’t talk to me my n*gga.” This immediately set off a ton of Tweets saying that Drake had called out Pusha on stage. And with this, the drama continues. (Complex)

Check out Pusha T’s interview:

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