One of the more surprising beefs that have emerged in recent times is Pusha T vs the Young Money camp. After Pusha featured on Alley Boy's "Your Favourite Rapper", most interpreted his lines, 'How real is he if he been paying for his blood ties/he blood in, he blood out/at a blood drive' as a jab towards Lil Wayne and his record. Recently, Pusha spoke openly about this verse and his songs "Exodus" and "New God Flow", where he sent more shots at Drake and Weezy. 

"It's one of my favourite verses," Pusha said of his Alley Boy collaboration. "Yeah, yeah. It was [a shot at Lil Wayne]...It's always in response, man. You know? I put out a record. He puts out a record. Like I said, it's not about diss records to me. It's about making good music. I feel like anything I've put out thus far in regards to anything that has to do with me having or so on and so forth, has been an immaculate record."

Pusha went on to say that not everybody who has a shot at him had an awesome record. He said he was 'shaking souls' with his songs "Exodus"and "New God Flow". Going on to state that he knew those jabs would scare and hurt the people he was aiming at, he mentioned it was more for the fans than anything else as it's not a personal beef he has with anybody at YMCMB.

"It's not a personal beef. I don't personally know any of them," said Pusha. "These guys have made great music in their day. These guys have fans, tons of fans, so I can't really let anybody with that many fans and that type of visibility and that type of history, I can't just let them make statements against me and be quiet about it. That can be viewed as a victory."

Never the type to back down, Pusha stuck to his guns. 

Check out the rest of the interview below: 

[via HHDX]