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Philadelphia Artist Asaad Proclaims "Fuck Pusha T" During The Rapper's Concert

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Performing at Pusha T’s concert in Philadelphia late last month didn’t keep Philly rapper Asaad from insulting the G.O.O.D. Music artist at his own show. Asaad served as one of the opening acts at the March 30th concert and likely stunned attendee’s when he announced, “Fuck that nigga. We in my city,” during his performance.

The rapper then went on to try and engage concertgoers in a “Fuck Pusha T” chant before performing “God Flow.”

Following the concert, Asaad also let loose a series of messages on Twitter calling out Pusha T and stating that the rapper “stole my shit.”

Y'Y'Y~,Y~,Y~, if u know @pusha_t co signed me then stole my shit get #JARULE trending worldwide fuck bul he a weenie i aint wayne im ridin Y'Y'

— $$ ASAAD YOUNG 27 $$ (@SAUDIMONEY) March 30, 2013
Y'Y' so at peace w myself you don't even know i ain't trippin im just expressin my emotion dude violated so i proved i can kill him #JARULEY'Y'

— $$ ASAAD YOUNG 27 $$ (@SAUDIMONEY) March 31, 2013
According to Hot1079Philly.com, Asaad’s issues with Pusha T may stem from the fact that the rapper released “New God Flow” with Kanye West shortly after Asaad allegedly sent a mixtape to Pusha T, which included a song titled “God Flow.”

Asaad angered a number of Hip Hop fans early last year when he released the cover art for his “Boss Status” single, which featured an image of the late Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. in a sexually suggestive position.

Pusha T has yet to respond to Asaad’s concert insults or Twitter comments.

http://www.hiphopdx.com/m/index.php?s=news&id=23439
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