Kid Cudi takes to Twitter to show support for fellow G.O.O.D. Music signee Pusha T, while Young Chop responds to Pusha's song in a similar manner to Lil Wayne.
Since the release of Pusha T's "Exodus 23:1" featuring The-Dream, everyone's been wondering who exactly Pusha T's taking shots at. Lil Wayne assumed it was at Drake and/or his team, and so immediately took to Twitter to respond.
Since Weezy's "fuck Pusha T and anybody that love 'em," Kid Cudi has defended Pusha on Twitter.
Cudder tweeted, "I love my nigga Pusha T, fuck anybody who feel different. We ain't ho's out here."
I LOVE MY NIGGA PUSHA T, FUCK ANYBODY WHO FEEL DIFFERENT.WE AINT HO'S OUT HERE— Scott Mescudi (@wizardcud) May 24, 2012
In addition to this though, the track also seems to be taking shots at producer Young Chop (who did "I Don't Like" and then got upset with Kanye West for changing up the beat.)
Pusha spits, "You can keep your beats, nigga / We'd much rather share your bitch, nigga, bitch nigga."
Young Chop took offence to the line, also taking to Twitter to give Pusha T a little 'fuck you.'
this nigga made a song about me— YOUNG CHOP(@youngchopbeatz) May 24, 2012
[Pusha T- "Exodus 23:1" Feat. The-Dream]