Pusha T's beef with Young Money now has a new chapter, with Jae Millz releasing a diss track aimed at the Clipse rapper.
"Hearing Voices," labeled as a Pusha T diss, has Millz skeptical about rappers like Pusha T, who often rhyme about cocaine: "I'm tired of all these corny-ass rappers / So-called trappers, telling they story backwards / Talking all that white shit, you ain't never had it / Post office visits the only time you stamped the package."
On the song, Millz acknowledges not yet having the career that some emcees have had, but still sides with his roster. "Shame on me on yet to have an album in a wrapper / But nigga shame on you for every album getting’ wacker / And you a dickrider, switch sider, certified clique hopper, still getting nada."
The Young Money emcee appears to refer to the Pusha T song "Exodus 23:1," which Pusha denies is a Lil Wayne or Drake diss. "Niggas cat fighting with the team on that sneak shit / Making diss records but keeping it secret / Throwing darts like a bitch instead bombing like a warrior / Just letting me know there's pussy in all of ya."
In 2006, Lil Wayne took umbrage at Clipse's "Mr. Me Too," which he took as a subliminal diss. Since then, the two camps have gone back and forth in interviews, and Pusha has record Drake disses since. Wayne also released "Goulish" in response to "Exodus 23:1," explicitly naming Pusha in the song.
Listen to the track below: