Pusha T: People Should Just Call Me 'The Prophet'

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Pusha T: People Should Just Call Me 'The Prophet'

King Push talks reaction to his G.O.O.D Music invite to Lil Wayne.

Published December 11, 2014

When Lil Wayne announced that he wants off Cash Money Records, Pusha T was waiting in the wings with a Twitter offer for him to move over to G.O.O.D. Music, and it just may happen.

Even if the tweet was probably more sarcastic than serious (he and Weezy aren’t exactly on good terms) that doesn’t mean the New Orleans rapper won’t actually end up on the label. Anything is possible in this game called hip hop, and Kanye West happens to be fond of Weezy, says King Push. 

In a GQ magazine interview discussing his Adidas collaboration, Pusha T touched on the Weezy tweet and if there’s a real possibility of him moving from Cash Money and joining Push over at 'Ye’s imprint. “I don't know. I just like the fact that I'm a prophet because of my song ‘Exodus,’” he said, diverting the attention onto his 2012 not-so-subliminal diss predicting that Cash Money was ruining Wayne's career. “It came out two years ago! People should just call me ‘The Prophet.’"

Getting a little more serious, he continued, “You know what? Wayne on G.O.O.D Music... Well 'Ye actually likes Wayne, so they could probably make some good music together. But who knows?”

Whether or not Wayne ends up with G.O.O.D Music, his plans to walk from Cash Money are still a priority. After letting out a round of tweets blasting his label home, he reiterated his desire to leave at a performance in New York City. 

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 (Photos from Left: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for Pusha T, Jessica Alexander/Future Image/WENN.com)

Written by Latifah Muhammad


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