Rapper Pusha T released his new single “Exodus 23:1” last night to rave reviews on social media and several music blogs. The track appears to have upset fellow emcee Lil Wayne and the Cash Money rapper made his opinion known via Twitter:

“F**k pusha t and anybody that love em” he tweeted from his verified account. Some fans believe this was a response to what some critics are calling shots at Lil Wayne, Drake and Cash Money on “Exodus 23:1.” Without directly calling anyone by name, Pusha T spits bars like “Contact all f**ked up, I guess that means you all f**ked up/ You signed to one ni**a, that’s signed to another ni**a, that’s signed to three ni**as, now that’s bad luck.” Coincidentally that’s how the breakdown is for Drake’s deal with Young Money, which is underneath Cash Money owned by Brian ‘Birdman’ Williams.

While the writing on the wall may be there with “Exodus 23:1,” this isn’t the first time Pusha has allegedly went after Cash Money. His most recent diss track was 2011’s freestyle, “Don’t F**k With Me”, where he questioned the Drake’s authenticity in the rap game.

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