When you proclaim to be the best rapper on the planet and a less successful artist allegedly disrespects you, you have two options.
You ignore it and or respond in a way that makes it clear that you are not to be f*cked with.
Lil Wayne should have chosen the former as his attempt at the latter is laughable at best.
Adding insult to injury is that fact that Clipse member and Good Music recording artist Pusha T didn’t really showcase a great deal effort.
Exodus, though loaded with facts that hit harder than Mayweather after a clean break, is not a lyrical masterpiece, but compared to Weezy’s response, it’s a classic.