The lyrical feud between Pusha T and Lil Wayne has more twists and turns than a Harry Potter novel. The latest twist is Wayne's just-released single, 'My Homies Still,' which, surprisingly, features G.O.O.D. Music rapper Big Sean. This clearly puts him in the middle of the ongoing beef between the two artists.

In an interview with Philadelphia radio station Wired 96.5FM, the Detroit rapper opens up about the feud between G.O.O.D. Music and YMCMB.

“I think beef is weak. Crack is wack. I don’t encourage that,” he says of Pusha and Weezy's rap feud. “Yeah, I’m cool with Pusha T, I’m cool with everybody. The thing is, people gotta understand that we got no point in beefing. We got families to take care of, we got moms to take care of."

"I ain’t about to be over here arguing with nobody. We all on the same team," he continues. "We all young men, black men, black, white, it doesn’t matter, but just entrepreneurs trying to get it."

Big Sean makes a valid point. Is this beef really necessary?

As for the song, Young Money president Mack Maine says Wayne is not going to remove Big Sean's verses from the track. "That was a great song that was made before that situation happened," he says. "Wayne not [tryin' to] take him off -- he’s good peeps, he’s fam."

The saga continues . . .

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