Last night, Young Thug criticized Pusha T for coming at Drake on the Pop Smoke track "Paranoia", which also featured Thugger and Gunna.
"I don't respect the Pusha-T verse on the song with me and Gunna cause I don't have nun to do with y'all beef nor does Gunna, and if I know it was about I would've made changes on our behalf .. this rapper sh*t so gay." Thugger said.
The track was left off Smoke's posthumous Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon and removed from YouTube. After hearing Thug's criticism, Push said he no longer wanted the track to be included on any deluxe versions of the album and told Thug he doesn't need his respect.
Thug responded to that on Instagram Story.
"First of all, your verse seven days. If you know what I mean, a motherf*cking week. Second of all, you already went crazy the first time, ain’t nothing but a sucker to go on double takes and triple takes and quadruple takes. You should of just got that all out on the first song, we’d put the first song out. You ain’t even have to do all that. You just didn’t feel like you were gonna get enough views on your own sh*t so you came and you put some bullsh*t on a n*gga who’s resting in peace’s music. Trying to f*ck up a n*gga whole vibe. ‘But this is the perfect platform, Thug, Gunna and Pop Smoke. This is the perfect platform to clap this n*gga a**. This is the perfect song to do it on.’ Do that sh*t on your own song, n*gga. N*ggas ain’t jumping in on no n*gga business ’cause I don’t give a f*ck about not what one of y’all n*ggas got going on. N*gga, we kill for real," Thug said.
Thug has long taken pride in recording ridiculous numbers of songs quickly.