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What Did Listeners Think Of Lil Wayne's Diss Record "Goulish?"

HERE, AT VIBE, WE LIKE TO GIVE VOICE TO THE PEOPLE AND MANY OF YOU WERE VOCAL ABOUT LIL WAYNE'S RAP ATTACK "GOULISH." CHECK THE ROUND-UP OF READER TWEETS AND COMMENTS THEN PUT TWO UP FOR THE FIRST AMENDMENT IN HONOR OF MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND.

Nick Bradford ‏@nickbradford
@VibeMagazine Dammit I #LOVE rap beefs like this. Between two rappers that are actually great rappers! This is going to be good.

#ReeceskoFJenkins ‏@IHateReecesko
Wack Sauce RT @VibeMagazine: So How Are U Guys Feeling About Lil Wayne's Pusha T Diss? http://bit.ly/JjnK7k

Jameel ‏@MeelzTV
Weezy really talking like Pusha T ain't have the best verse on "What Happened To That Boy" anyway.

III @_JB3_
@VibeMagazine no competition for pusha t ..

Oo-Chay ‏@iAmSorrell
I just wanna know how a Diggy diss track sounds waaaaaay better than a Lil Wayne diss track bro.

Ryan Dalrymple ‏@RyanDalrymple
“@VibeMagazine: The Beef Is On! Lil Wayne Drops Pusha T Diss Track -> http://bit.ly/JjnK7k”However, it's irrelevant, who's Pusha T?

Apolonia_Milan ‏@apolonia_milan
(((BOOOO))) throwing popcorn & paper cups lol via @VibeMagazine So How Are U Guys Feeling Abt Lil Wayne's Pusha T Diss? http://bit.ly/JjnK7k

Keisha Jenkins ‏@KeishaJenkins
So, it's a Pusha T diss track because he said Pusha T at the beginning? Kinda hard to listen after that... @VibeMagazine

Lance Whitley ‏@_LaidBackLance_
Lil Wayne - Goulish = Weakest diss record of all time... Lil B came harder than Wayne we he dissed Joe Budden in "T-Shirts & Buddens"

JohnGotty ‏@JohnGotty
Wayne's diss needs more cowbell

#TrukDaWurl ‏@IrishWeezy
@VibeMagazine R.I.P. pusha t

Maiwand ‏@Maiwand404
*eating popcorn* Wayne this is WACK!!

Not Bill Walton @NotBillWalton
Lil Wayne's diss track to Pusha T was awful. Somewhere in the afterlife, Biggie is disgusted. Somewhere in Brazil, 2pac is feels the same.

THE SLANDER CONTINUED...

Vince [email protected]
by far lil wayne diss to pusha was mad weak makes you think where is his ghost writer at ??

LEFT [email protected]
Lil Wayne's diss to Pusha T was one of the world's worst diss records. Not only was it wack, it made Drake look like he can't defend himself

HONEYBEEZ IN DA TRAP [email protected]
That Pusha T diss was the weakest sh*t i've EVER heard! Those tight leggings and UGG boot are getting to Lil Wayne's head smh!

BrandNewGuy [email protected]
Lil Wayne probably the only rapper to make a diss then go skate right after.

BITCH_WHO_IT'S_ME [email protected]
Lil Wayne so brain damaged from drugs, he forgot to diss Pusha T on this Pusha T diss track

Frank Maccia [email protected]_entine420
Lil Wayne's attempt to diss Pusha T was garbage

JJ Williamson [email protected]
Well it looks like Lil Wayne's only good line in his diss track was the one that he stole from @PUSHA_T. #lifefail #burythebeef

Smokey From Friday [email protected]
Lil Wayne diss track to Pusha T was.....Well, Let's just say Pusha T has won round 1.

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