With the arrival of Pusha-T's new Kanye West-produced album DAYTONA, the beef between Drake and Pusha dominated the conversation over the weekend. Taking shots at Drizzy on "Infrared," Pusha called into question Drake's pen game. Not long after, Drake hit back with his response, "Duppy Freestyle," elevating the beef beyond a few subliminals. Now, Pusha's brother has chimed in, and he's actually feeling quite positive about the situation.

During a livestream, which Mrecktv posted to YouTube, Malice offered his take on the whole situation. "I think it makes for good hip-hop," he responded when asked by a viewer around the 23:30 mark in the video below. "This is an exciting moment for hip-hop, right?" He didn't let his viewers know which of the disses he preferred, but he seemed to be quite positive about Drake. Since Clipse broke up, No Malice said that he hasn't listened to any of Pusha's previous solo efforts, but he did manage to check out DAYTONA.

On "Duppy Freestyle," Drizzy actually mentioned Malice by name, rapping, "There's no malice in your heart, you're an approachable dude," as well as referenced his time spent in the streets selling drugs. Drake later sent an invoice to G.O.O.D. Music and Def Jam for $100,000, citing "promotional assistance and career reviving." Kanye also received a number of shots fired in his direction on the song. 

With Kanye's new album scheduled for a June 1 release, and an overall studio focus from the G.O.O.D. Music crew at this time, there's a possibility fans could receive a proper response from Pusha-T in the coming days.