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Pusha’s Exodus.

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Screenshot Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.

The recent beef between Lil’ Wayne and Pusha T has rap fans salivating. Shots — the lyrical kind — were fired over Pusha’s “Exodus 23:1″ (“Thou shalt not raise [bring out] an empty report.”) this month and Wayne responded this past week with the rather empty “Goulish”. However, Pusha doubled back with that banana by releasing a video this morning to accompany his venomous bars.

The gritty video is directed by Samuel Rogers.

“Exodus 23:1″ by Pusha T.↓

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