Is Pusha T's 'Untouchable' Another Cash Money Jab?

Fans definitely think so.

UPDATE (11/12/15 1:45 p.m.): Pusha has released the full version of the track, which you can listen to below.

Pusha T, the new president of G.O.O.D. Music, is going to celebrate his inauguration with the release of a brand new song called "Untouchable." Before the track drops, King Push premiered its lyrics through Genius and now people are wondering if it's a Cash Money Records dis. Here are the main lines in question:

"I’m aiming for the moguls/ Why y'all n---as aiming at the locals?/ And rap n---as broke like them, they’re mere hopeful/ Still wishing on a star/ The last one to find out that Baby owns the cars."

So, why do people think those bars are aimed at Cash Money? Well, for one, Baby is capitalized, so it could be a reference to the label's head, Brian "Baby" Williams.

And two, he raps about MCs who are "still wishing on a star." Baby has giant stars tattooed on his head. Both of those allusions have some fans thinking this is another jab at Cash Money spitters.

This comes after a long, tumultuous year for Cash Money Records. One that included Lil Wayne's falling out with Birdman, a $51 million lawsuit, a tour bus shooting and a nightclub brawl.

If Pusha's raps are indeed subliminal punches for Cash Money MCs, it wouldn't be the first time. "Exodus 23:1" has long been deemed a Wayne and Drake dis. Meanwhile, Weezy has said "F--k Pusha T and anybody that love him" on a song ("Goulish") and on Twitter.

Quick related sidenote: Push has also tried to (jokingly or not) recruit Wayne for G.O.O.D. Music amidst the Cash Money turmoil.

In any case, here are the "Untouchable" lyrics for you to dissect before the track drops.

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