Pusha T stopped by Hot 97 to speak with Funkmaster Flex Wednesday night. There he revealed that the G.O.O.D. Music compilation album is titled Cruel Summer and is set for an August 7th release.
Of course Flex had to grill the Clipse rapper on his recent headlines of beef with Drake & Lil Wayne. Pusha implied that the record Young Money’s president was so pissed about was not directed towards anyone in particular. Weezy’s face tattoos sure thought it was.
On his song “Exodus 23:1,” which is believed to be aimed at Drake: “I was surprised by anybody, Wayne specifically, answering ‘Exodus.’ I’ve never seen one record that didn’t say a name cause so much of a firestorm.”
On what he thought of Wayne’s “Ghoulish” response: “It was horrible. It was trash. It wasn’t great.”
On why he hasn’t responded: “I haven’t said anything about it ’cause I didn’t think it was good enough to respond to.”
On Wayne saying there’s no beef: “He’s already said what he’s said. At the end of the day, I think him saying what he said was in his best interest, to admit that you were emotional in reacting to something. I still want to know what part pertained, what hit you? I wanna know.”
On whether he’s spoken to Kanye about the feud: “I don’t talk to ‘Ye about rappers. I blacks out. I get busy. I stand by myself. We ain’t talked about it once.”
On the Chris Brown vs. Drake beef: “I would have never thought that the two was at it like that. I really wouldn’t have put them together and that whole situation. I didn’t like it. You know Chris from Virginia. I ain’t like that. You know, bottles and cuts and all that… That’s weak.”
Listen to a clip from the interview below.