Pusha T is signed to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music label and it looks like the crew plans to use him as its primary weapon against other labels. In the song “Exodus 23:1,” which debuted online a week ago and just got a video on YouTube (and embedded below), Pusha T is unleashed and he takes several fairly explicit shots at Drake, Lil Wayne and Birdman’s Cash Money records.
Here’s the video:
Exodus 23:1, the bible verse rather than the song, reads “Thou shalt not raise a false report: put not thine hand with the wicked to be an unrighteous witness.” These words are applicable to Drake’s contract with Cash Money.
“Them n*ggas ain’t dying for you” is a line that’s repeated in the song. It’s clearly a reference to the line in Drake’s “Up All Night” in which the Canadian rapper says, “Man, I love my team. I would die for them n*ggas.”
Pusha T also takes more explicit shots, rapping “Contract all f*cked up. I guess that means you all f*cked up. You signed to one n*gga that signed to another n*gga that signed to three n*ggas. Now that’s bad luck.” This is clearly a jab at the convoluted and semi-incestuous structure of the Cash Money crew, with Lil Wayne “discovering” Drake, but Wayne himself being signed to Birdman’s label.
Weezy has taken notice and he is certainly not pleased about any of this. He tweeted the following just a few days ago: