Pusha T Calls Himself A Prophet For Predicting Lil Wayne's Issues With Cash Money


(AllHipHop News) Pusha T was one of the first Hip Hop artists to offer a response to Lil Wayne’s public announcement he was ready to split with Cash Money Records. In a series of tweets, Push cracked a few jokes at Wayne’s expense, invited Weezy to join him at Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music label, and referred back to his YMCMB targeted track “Exodus 23:1.”

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GQ caught up with Pusha to discuss his collaboration with Adidas – the “King Push” EQT Running Guidance 93. The “Lunch Money” rapper was also asked about his Twitter mentions directed at Wayne and whether he really wanted to see his former rival join the G.O.O.D. roster.

“I don’t know. I just like the fact that I’m a prophet because of my song ‘Exodus,'” said Pusha. “It came out two years ago! People should just call me ‘The Prophet.’ You know what? Wayne on GOOD Music…Well [Kanye] actually likes Wayne, so they could probably make some good music together. But who knows.”

Wayne and Kanye have collaborated on numerous songs like “Lollipop (Remix),” “Forever,” “Swagga Like Us,” “Barry Bonds,” and “Thank You.” Ye also once called the Young Money leader the number one rapper in the world.

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