Lil Wayne has finally fired his first salvo in his ongoing feud with Pusha T. As you already know, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper threw some lyrical darts supposedly at YMCMB on his song ‘Exodus 23:1.’ In response, Weezy released ‘Goulish,’ a non-subtle dis track aimed directly at Pusha T.

On the Swizz Beatz-produced tune, the Young Money honcho is extremely unhappy about Pusha T’s latest song. “F— Pusha T and anybody that love him / His head up his a–, I’mma have to head-butt him,” he raps.

Wayne ends his song with this standout zinger: “You f—in’ with some n—as that’ll murk y’all / N—a you softer than a motherf—in’ Nerf ball / Bird call, brr, what happened to that boy? / He was talkin’ s—, so we put a clap into that boy / Tunechi!

You may be familiar with that last verse, as Wayne repeats Pusha T’s guest rap on Birdman‘s 2002 song ‘What Happened to That Boy.’ It’s a clever retort from Weezy, so we have to give him a point on that.

While we wait for Pusha T to respond, another Lil Wayne track surfaced online. The song is called ‘S.A.S.A.R.A.F.,’ which is an acronym for “Skate and Smoke and Rap and F—.” How nice.

The song is from DJ Stevie J’s mixtape ‘The Appreciation, Volume 4′ and judging by the title of the song, it’s fairly easy what Tunechi is rapping about. “B— better have my money / Don’t test me mother—-er, I study,” he raps. He also adds, “If you scared go to church / I shoot at the pulpit / My girl’s p—- sweeter than a Whatchamacallit.” Um, yeah. Whatever.

There’s nothing stellar about ‘S.A.S.A.R.A.F.’ — it’s just a throwaway track from a mixtape. Carry on.

Listen to Lil Wayne, ‘Goulish’

Listen to Lil Wayne, ‘S.A.S.A.R.A.F.’