And good ain't good enough, and your hood ain't hood enough
What Drake’s enemies think is good is actually not good at all. .
There’s speculation that this may be directed at GOOD Music. Pusha T and Drake have tension. Pusha would later diss Drake in “Exodus 23:1”. .
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