Vote: Rap Rivals Lil Wayne and Pusha-T Go Head-To-Head In A Lyric Battle
Over the weekend, Lil Wayne unleashed a new diss track "Goulish" aimed at Pusha-T, marking the most direct jab in a long-rumoured feud between the two artists. The song begins with the line "F--k Pusha-T and anyone that love em," a line that Wayne happened to also tweet a few days prior.
"Goulish" is in response to Pusha-T's recent song "Exodus 23:1," a song that included a number of likely indirect jabs at Wayne and the Young Money team. Pusha has a history of digs at the crew, including his "Don't F--k With Me" freestyle over Drake's song "Dreams Money Can Buy" last year, where Pusha was thought to be taking shots at Drake. We thought we'd pair these two up in a Lyric Battle and let you decide, whose lyrics win?
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