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Shortly after the Pusha-T vs. Drake beef came to a standstill, Lil Twist attempted to reignite the drama by releasing “Message 2 G.O.O.D. Music,” a so-called “warning” record in which he defended his label mate Drizzy against Kanye West and King Push.
It was a bizarre and unnecessary response that received criticism from various corners of the internet. Some roasted Twist for assuming he had any influence over the G.O.O.D. Music crew, while others dismissed the track as Twist’s shameless attempt to gain publicity. But despite all the roasting, Twizzy has refused to back down.
On Tuesday morning, the Dallas-bred rapper set another message to G.O.O.D. Music with a second diss track cleverly titled “Another Message to G.O.O.D. Music.”
The song, of course, takes additional shot at Pusha, as Twizzy accuses the rapper of being a snitch: “For that ni**a Pusha T/I heard about Tony/Y'all was snitching in the streets/Y'all some bitches in these streets/Snitching in your family/Y’all ni**as all on the stand.”
Twist also takes several shots at G.O.O.D. Music affiliate Travis Scott by insinuating he had some kind of relationship with Kylie Jenner.
You can check out “Another Message to G.O.O.D. Music” below.
Shortly after he delivered his second message to Pusha and Co., Twist came through with a new track called “Home Invasion” assisted by Trippie Redd. Take a listen below.