Young Money Entertainment president Mack Maine has played down rumours Lil Wayne is ready to go to war with G.O.O.D. Music.
Weezy dropped 'Ghoulish', a comeback to Pusha T's subliminal diss Exodus 23:1, last week, apparently calling open season on a label dissing frenzy.
However, following Wayne's surprising collaboration with G.O.O.D.'s Big Sean, Mack Maine has explained the label is putting money over bullsh*t.
"It’s not like that, I don’t see it like that," Mack told MTV News when asked whether Ghoulish was the start of a cross-label beef. "That’s not what we in the game for. If it ever came to that, God forbid, that’s a whole different story, but right now we’re just tryin’ to get paper, we’re just tryin’ to get money, man, and make good music."
Lil Tunechi's long-time friend and business partner also confirmed the Big Sean track 'My Homies Still', was recorded long before the beef began, claiming Sean's verse was kept because he's 'earned' the opportunity to be on a track with Wayne.
Still, it wasn't all love for G.O.O.D.. Mack Maine had some cryptic words for Pusha T, saying: "In a nutshell, if a gnat or a fly keep flyin’ around you, eventually you gonna swing and swat it and just get it out the way."
"Sometimes you swat it and the gnat dies; sometimes it just go away. … You can keep flyin’, just fly somewhere else, though. We chillin’."
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.