“I have nothing to do with what Pusha is doing every day or what Wayne is doing every day,” he told CBS Local exclusively. “These are just peers of mine. I wouldn’t want nothing to happen to neither one of them. But I don’t referee or mediate. I mind my business. That’s why I’m here right now. When you come from the streets you learn to mind your own business.”
To catch you up to speed, one half of Clipse first accused Wayne of “style-stealing” in 2008. But the embers from the fire became inflamed recently when he dropped “Exodus 23:1” and took some shots at Drake.
How did 2 Chainz get into all this? Well, he’s on Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music label, where Pusha T also dwells. But he’s also worked with Wayne. He’s also been friends with Drake for some years now.
In the meantime, Weezy said in June he’s going to cool it on the beef for now.