BET got at G.O.O.D. Music's street spitter, Pusha T to get his reaction to Young Money's Harlem repper, Jae Millz's diss record "Hearing Voices".
Read the report below:
Last week, the latest shots in the ongoing G.O.O.D. Music versus Young Money beef rang out: YMCMB soldier Jae Millz released "Hearing Voices," labeled as a diss to Pusha T, who's been the main provocateur on the G.O.O.D. Music side of things. But, in a recent sit-down with BET, Pusha didn't take the bait.
"I guess they're doing what they should do — it is what it is." Pusha replied when BET.com asked him about "Hearing Voices." "As long as the music is good, I ain’t got no worries, man. Now, bad music I don’t like."
Pusha taking the bigger-man route is a bit of surprise, considering some of the body blows Jae Millz — who until now hadn't joined in the back-and-forth and had been a seemingly peripheral member of Young Money — landed in "Hearing Voices." At one point, Jae seems to question the credibility of Pusha, who's often rapped about selling drugs. "I'm tired of all these corny-a-- rappers / So-called trappers, telling they story backwards / Talking all that white s--t, you ain't never had it / Post office visits the only time you stamped the package."
Listen to the "Hearing Voices" track below: