In a surprising turn of events, Lil Wayne has told AP that there is “no beef” between him and Pusha T. Contrary to the slue of diss records and subliminals released not only in recent times, but over the years…
At the debut of Wayne‘s skateboarding-inspired Trukfit, the New Orleans emcee declared that he has no intention of escalating the conflict between himself and Pusha T, he’s got a business and fashion line that take precedent in his mind. Here’s what Lil Wayne had to say:
I just finished recording my “I Am Not a Human Being II” album. And we’re starting to work on the Young Money album. … It really wasn’t no beef, you know. It was just me. I just reacted. Just a reaction, a simple reaction. I don’t apologize for it because I’m human. But it was just my human reaction. I don’t take it back. But there’s no beef. Beef is a whole different thing. … I’ll move on.
Weezy also went on to say:
When it comes to me, myself, I’m very free-spirited, so that’s what you see, and that’s what you get – you as in the public eye. But when it comes down to business, I believe that business shouldn’t be done in the public’s eye anyway. And I believe that business shouldn’t be handled in the magazines anyway. Business should be handled in the room amongst the people you’re doing business with. And that’s how I handle my business. And once I come out of that room, I’m back to being who I am. And that’s why I don’t come off as the businessman or nothing, but at the end of the day you can always say: “… This guy’s stock keeps rising and there is no driving force behind it but him.”