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


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.


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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