Date: May 25

After at least six years of Pusha T and his brother Malice sending shots towards Lil Wayne, one would assume that if Weezy was finally going to respond, he'd have something—something!—to say. Instead, there's no depth to his rhymes past the opener, "Fuck Pusha T and anybody that love him."

Lines about Bootsy Collins, Chase Bank, and the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air may be clever, but they're also super-generic. There's zero reason for Pusha to be afraid; there's nothing ghoulish about this "diss" song, other than the possibility of it haunting his computer recycling bin.