Rapper Pusha T has the Internet in a tizzy over his 'Exodus 23:1' song, in which he presumedly disses the YMCMB camp. Early Tuesday (May 29), the G.O.O.D. Music artist released the video for his controversial track.

In the Samuel Rogers-directed clip, Pusha T take viewers on a tour of his native hometown of Norfolk, Va. The video boasts gritty visuals of rampant drug usage and broken dreams on the streets of Norfolk.

Elsewhere in the video, there's an interrogation scene of a man tied up in a chair as he's being questioned by Pusha T and other men. We are not privy as to why this man is being restrained, but presumedly, he must have a violated a street code, and therefore, street justice is being doled out. Near the end of the video, Pusha T leaves the room before the man gets his comeuppance.

The dark video fits perfectly with Pusha T's bleak lyrics of despair and heartbreak outside of the few jabs he swung at Drake and Lil Wayne.

Granted, this is not your atypical rap video, but Pusha T is clearly serving up this beef well-done like a steak. It would be interesting to see what Lil Wayne's response will be to this video.

Watch the Pusha T 'Exodus 23:1' Video