Sure, things started off pretty sweet: Wayne appeared on Clipse’s debut album, Lord Willin, and the Clipse shot a video with Wayne’s mentor and Cash Money CEO, Baby.
But somewhere along the line, things got ugly between Wayne and The Clipse (well, really, now it’s just Pusha since his brother, Malice, changed his name to No Malice and is now M.I.A.).
For years the two have been trading barbs with each other in various songs and interviews.
Things seemed to cool down last year, however, with Pusha T publicly coming out and saying the beef was dead.
Then, Pusha dropped a heater called "Exodus 23:1" last night. No names were said, but it sounded like Push was sending shots Young Money’s way. Wayne thought so too, so he responded on Twitter, saying “fuk Pusha T and anyone that love em.” (Does that mean the G.O.O.D. Music fam also, Wayne?)
All we have to say is, beef back on, baby.
There’s a long history between the two powerful rap entities. Let's take a look at how it started, and how we got where we're at today.