When Pusha-T dropped 'Exodus 23:1' on Wednesday, I don't think even he knew how big of a deal it was about to turn into.

The track is thought to be a diss toward Drake and his producer Young Chop, who already has issues with Pusha-T's label-mate Kanye West.  Things really got interesting though when Lil Wayne hit twitter.

The beef starts because of some lyrics in "Exodus" that reference Drake's recording contract with Wayne and Wayne's with Cash Money and Universal Music.

The lyrics say: "Contract all fucked / Explain up I guess that means you all fucked up / You signed to one ni**a that signed to another ni**a that's signed to three ni**as / Now that's bad luck," Pusha raps.

Young Chop had a beef with Kanye West for re-purposing his beat on Chief Keef's "I Don't Like" remix.

Chop also went on Twitter and wrote: "Fuck (Pusha T) am on that, Am on that with yo bitch ass @PUSHA_T."

So far there has been no response from Pusha-T or anyone else from the G.O.O.D. Music camp.  Let us know if you think the beef would be good for rap right now in our poll, then check out the Pusha-T track that started the whole thing.