Lil Wayne has followed up his recent Twitter attack on Pusha T by again going straight for the G.O.O.D. Music rapper's neck with a new diss track titled 'Ghoulish.'
Although Pusha T's 'Exodus 23:1' jab was actually directed at Drake, the Canadian rhymer doesn't appear on the track, which premiered on Funkmaster Flex's Hot 97 show. Still, Drizzy's rumoured to have said his piece during a live show in Washington D.C. on Friday night.
"F**k Pusha T anybody that love 'em/ His head up his ass, I'ma have to headbutt 'em/ Gut him, Lil Tunechi s**t, weak stomach/ It's me, LT, like when you heat butter," Wayne rhymes on the intro, opening the floodgates to a potential slew of disses and response tracks between G.O.O.D. and Young Money this summer.
As 'Ghoulish' made its radio debut Weezy hit Twitter to make it clear he wasn't ready to call it evens, posting: "Yea n*gga! Fuk ya"
It's on. Listen to 'Ghoulish' below...
Lil Wayne's History Of Beef: In Pictures...
PUSHA T: A beef dating back to 2006, Weezy sparked the war by casually dismissing The Clipse after they were brought up in an interview: "I don't see no f**king Clipse. This is a f**king legend you're talking to right here. How many years them niggas been around?" Pusha and Malice hit back with a jibe about that infamous Birdman/Wayne kiss ... and here we are.