For those unaware, Pusha T’s final track, Infrared, on the lucky #7 compilation of Kanye inspired influenced listing took direct aim at members of Cash Money and Young Money. Much to the tune of 2012 track, Exodus 23:1 Push took shots and renewed the beef with another barb. Let’s take a look at the running timeline of the aforementioned beef.
“Contract all fucked up/ I guess that means you all fucked up/You signed to one ni**a that signed to another ni**a that’s signed to three ni**as / Now that’s bad luck”
“Ask Steve Jobs, wealth don’t buy health.”
“But really it’s you with all the drug dealer stories / That’s gotta stop though / You made a couple chops and now you think you Chapo /If you ask me though you ain’t lining the trunk with kilos / You bagging weed watching Pacino with all your n*ggas / Like “this what we need to be on,” but you never went live / You middle man in this shit, boy you was never them guys / I can tell cause I look most of you dead in your eyes / And you’ll be trying to sell that story for the rest of your lives / Can’t show us where the cash is / Me, I don’t judge, I’m just going off what the math is / Numbers inflated”
“The game’s fucked up, niggas’ beats is banging Nigga, ya hooks did it/The lyric pennin’ equal to Trump’s winnin’/The bigger question is how the Russians did it/It was written like Nas/But it came from Quentin”
C’mon Push, we all seen what took place the last time someone tried to oust Drake in a battle on wax. It’s doubtful that this will end amicably. Stay tuned.