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Can’t we all just get along?!

Big Sean got himself caught up in the Pusha-T/Lil Wayne beef when he featured on one of Weezy singles, “My Homies Still” that premiered on Friday but the rapper claims he wants no parts of the feud.

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In a interview with Wired 96.5 the G.O.O.D music artist tells the host:

“I did that record so long ago, I almost forgot about it and it ended up being his single, so it’s all good for me.”

Sean makes it loud and clear he’s not on board with beefing, saying:

“I think beef is weak, crack is wack. I’m cool with everybody. People gotta understand, ain’t no point in beefing. We got families to take care of; we got moms to take care of. I ain’t about to be over here arguing with nobody. We all young, black men, entrepreneurs trying to get it.”

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The battle between G.O.O.D Music and Young Money began when Sean’s label mate Pusha T and Wayne exchanged jabs on their singles “Exodus 23:1 and “Goulish”. From the sound of things Big Sean has no plans of joining his pal Pusha on any diss records in the near future.

Who knew Big Sean was such a peacekeeper.

Check him out taking his stance in the video above!

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