The Bronx rapper reportedly took a shot at the Canadian on using a famous line from the Dancehall superstar via social media.
Although both rappers last month conceded that the rap beef was over, Pusha T is once again showing that he is prepared for anything following claims that Drake had an unreleased “career ending” diss track in his arsenal.
The G.O.O.D. Music president recently took to Twitter following these claims to quote a few lines from Vybz Kartel.
“Anuh likkle bit a people me send a hell / Dem never kill nobody yet a lie dem a tell,” Pusha T reportedly tweeted.
The lyrics were taken from the incarcerated deejay’s diss track, “Send A Hell,” which was recorded in 2007 at the heights of the war between the “Worl Boss” deejay and Mavado.
Pusha T has been a long time fan of the Vybz Kartel and has previously collaborated with Jamaican artist on a track titled “Half On A Baby Remix,” which was produced by Mixpack records.