Juicy J Pings McDonald's Following Pusha T's Diss Track With Arby's

hiphopdx March 23, 2022 Juicy J 31
Juicy J Pings McDonald's Following Pusha T's Diss Track With Arby's

Juicy J pings McDonald's after Pusha T drops the 'Spicy Food Diss Track' aimed at McDonald's.

Wendys and McDonalds have had their share of beef over the years, but Mickey Ds likely didnt see what was coming when Pusha T set his sights on the famous fast-food chain. On Monday (March 21), the former Clipse rapper dropped the Spicy Fish Diss Track, a hilarious single aimed at obliterating the Golden Arches. Juicy J is apparently ready to get in on the action. Shortly after the track arrived, the Memphis rap legend tweeted, Whats up mane @McDonalds check yo DM, a solid indicator hes ready to come to McDonalads defense. This isnt the first time Juicy J has sent McDonalds the bat signal. Last July, he pinged the company about a potential collaboration called the trippy burger, but it never came to fruition at least not yet. Whats up mane @McDonaldscheck yo DM juicy j (@therealjuicyj) Pusha Ts relationship with McDonalds is complicated. Early in his career, he penned the Im Lovin It jingle, the longest-running marketing campaign in McDonalds history. But according to an interview with Rolling Stone,King Push is still frustrated by the lack of payment. I am solely responsible for the Im Lovin It swag and the jingle of that company, he said. Thats just real. I am the reason. Now I gotta crush it. I did it at a very young age at a very young time in my career where I wasnt asking for as much money and ownership. Its something thats always dug at me later in life like, Dammit, I was a part of this and I should have more stake. It was like half a million or a million dollars for me and my brother but thats peanuts for as long as thats been running. I had to get that energy off me, and this was the perfect way to get that energy like, You know what? Im over it.' Read more


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