Pusha-T has issued a warning to anyone who drops his music without authorization.
"All the leaks is cute," the G.O.O.D. Music president tweeted Sunday. "I don’t care for real 'cause once music is old to me, it doesn’t matter...but I promise you this, if I find out who is leaking it, I will make a decent example out of you...and no one can stop it, no Kanye, nobody! Just cause you think you can play with me."
Pusha followed up the post with the popular saying: "It ain’t no fun when the rabbit got the gun."
It's unclear which leak prompted Pusha to send out the warning, but it's worth noting the message posted just days after his "Success & Nightmares" track prematurely surfaced online. His "Sociopath" record was also leaked back in June 2018, before it was officially released with an additional verse from Kash Doll.
But Pusha isn't the only G.O.O.D. Music artist who has been affected by recent leaks. Desiigner's 23-track project was shared on Soundcloud earlier this month under the title Fuck G.O.O.D.; however, some fans suspect the rapper was responsible for the leak, as he had expressed his frustration with label in the week prior.
Two Kanye records, "All Dreams Real" and "Selah," were also leaked this weekend. The latter cut is expected to appear on Ye's much-anticipated and reportedly fast-approaching album, Jesus Is King.
Pusha also expressed his displeasure with the unauthorized releases back in August, shortly after Kanye's Yandhi leaks. However, the G.O.O.D. Music boss insisted he and his team weren't too pressed.