Pusha T calls out Wale for not letting him he hear his final verse on the "Festivus" mixtape, calling him his "rap friend" not his "real friend."
As you may know, Wale got in the holiday spirit with A-Trak and recorded a new mixtape to precede his upcoming Album About Nothing, called Festivus. The mixtape is scheduled to drop this afternoon, and the MMG rapper has already delivered two tracks off it, "The Chess Match" over the weekend and "Loyalty" with Drew Baby and Fat Trel last night.
It appears as though one of Wale's featured artists, Pusha T, is upset with the rapper for not letting him hear the final version of his contribution, on a track called "Drown." Pusha Ton calls out Wale using the hashtag: #WaleJustMyRapFriendNotMyRealFriend, and: #WaleTreatPushaLikeRegularFolk, as well as: #WaleRudeLikeTheBlogsSay.
The tweets started about thirty minutes ago, when Pusha tweeted at Wale, "Aye @wale why I gotta wait til 3:31? #Festivus I did my verse for #Drown and u ain't even let me hear final!! #WaleRudeLikeTheBlogsSay."
He continued to @ Wale in the tweets that followed. Check them all out below. Tune in at 3:31 PM for Pusha's verse and the rest of the Festivus mixtape.
Yo @PUSHA_T .. I just sent U that joint .. Was thinkin bout writing Ur email adress on this tweet but I'm not petty 😂😂 check Ya mail— Wale Folarin (@Wale) December 23, 2014