G.O.O.D. Music rapper says issues with Weezy a product of Internet chatter.
Speaking on Hot 97 today to promote the release of the G.O.O.D. Music compilation album Cruel Summer, Pusha T addressed his beef with Lil Wayne. The Clipse member said that in his view, the drama between him and Wayne has been overplayed by some.
"Man, it ain't no deal. It really ain't," Pusha said. "I think a lot of people just take it a bit further. I don’t have a lot of ill will towards him."
Pusha didn't deny, however, that he hasn't hesitated to go in on Weezy and Co. if he felt the situation called for it.
"But I write, though," he said. "When it gets to those times, you gotta be scathing and say some harsh things in this rap thing. But it ain’t no biggie."
Ziploc P also addressed an old rumor that the Clipse song "Mr. Me Too" was about Lil Wayne copying his style by wearing BAPE clothing. Pusha said that claim was false.
"I didn’t do that then, though. Back then, it was a thing where people were talking about him and BAPE and all that stuff. BAPE ain’t mine. BAPE won’t mine, BAPE won’t ever mine," he said. "I was never saying that people were trying to be like me, but people were saying it."
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