Pusha T and Malice, better known as The Clipse have some choice words for commercial Hip Hop’s latest golden child, Lil Wayne and his boss, Cash Money CEO, Brian “Baby” Williams.

In a recent interview with Laced Magazine, both members questioned Wayne’s status in the rap game, his sexuality and also name checked a former member of Cash Money’s click who now has beef with the crew.

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“If you Wobble Dee Wobble Dee, you can’t be a legend,”Malice said, when asked about Lil Wayne’s “greatest rapper alive” stance.

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“You can’t kiss other men, you can’t wobble dee-wobble dee, and and you can’t bite styles,”Pusha added.

“You can’t bite everybody’s styles. You can’t try to rap like Jay-Z, dress like the Clipse, become a coke dealer after 5 albums, and now dress like Jim Jones. You can’t do all that and be a legend. You have to be a trendsetter and he ain’t setting any trends,” he continued.

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This isn’t the first time the two camps have had words. In 2006, Weezy F. Baby was quoted saying, “I don’t see no fucking Clipse. This is a fucking legend you’re talking to right here. How many years them niggas been around? Who the fuck is Pharrell?”

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The Clipse responded by calling Wayne a “faggot” and asking “What kinda man kisses another man?”

The irony of this feud is that the Clipse collaborated with Baby on “What Happened to That Boy” (produced by The Neptunes).

While speaking on the song, Pusha resurrected an old beef that Wayne and co. have with Philadelphia rhyme sayer Gillie Da Kid.

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After breaking away from the Cash Money camp, Gillie stated that he ghost wrote The Carter and was responsible for the change in Wayne’s style.

“Gillie wrote Baby’s part by the way,”Pusha said. “I would’ve thought he’d go to a legend to get it written, but he goes to Gillie Da Kid instead. (laughs)”

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Stay tuned to DX for more developments in this war of words.