Pusha T and Lil Wayne’s beef is well detailed and extensive. Many fans had hope that the two could reconcile on Rick Ross’ “Maybach Music VI” track. Push ultimately found his verse was left off the song, but when it surfaced it took many by storm. The Virginia rapper fired off in the track, with many thinking that he could be throwing more shots at Wayne.
It took a call from Joe Budden to Push to clear up the situation regarding the verse. “That’s what we in there for man. We here to rap, bro. That’s what I’m here for,” he tells Joe. “I have to do what I do best, the next guy has to do what he does best. Come on. There’s lanes for everybody.”
Joe then gives an explanation as to why Pusha’s verse might’ve been left off. “When you do what you do best, you’re not allowed on the album no more,” he said.
Listen to what Budden and Push said below:
Pusha T Called In On The Joe Budden Podcast To Talk About His Verse On “Maybach Music VI” that didn’t make it on Rick Ross Album POM2 pic.twitter.com/tGFnOoiGmY
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