Young Money and GOOD Music's So-Called Beef: A Timeline
Lil Wayne Fires Back With "Ghoulish"
Weezy responded immediately with an incendiary tweet: "F--k Pusha T and anybody that love em." The message turned out to be the first line of "Goulish," a scathing diss track aimed openly at Pusha—no subliminals needed—released in May. In a Funk Flex interview the following month, Pusha called the record "trash," though he also denied "Exodus 23:1" was about Cash Money.
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