No Malice weighs in on Pusha T and Lil Wayne beef | Music News

It was only a matter of time before No Malice, formerly known as Malice, chimed in on his brother and other-half of the Clipse Pusha T‘s beef with Lil Wayne and Drake. After asserting a change of tone from his last assumed tweet on the situation (“Sorry twitter Fam but do I look concerned about anybody’s beef? If it don’t glorify God I am uninterested. #nowgetoffmytimeline!”), the Virginia-bred rapper took to the social network to take his brother’s corner.

Showing his love for Pusha, Malice also made a humorous reference to the Lil Wayne-Birdman “kiss” from 2006, something that was at the centre of their insults aimed at the Cash Money rapper in the prior beef that same year.

With a retaliation diss song (which, let’s be honest, failed to even lift a fist to Pusha’s original “Exodus 23:1“) from Wayne now circulating the web, we’re all just waiting on Pusha’s response. Or a better diss song from Weezy.