Turns out G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T has decided to fully address ex-affiliate Consequence once and for all by playing off the rapper’s recent disses toward his team.
Calling the multiple attacks melee at best, Pusha said nobody is checking for Consequence.
“It’s not internal because you have to be inside to be internal [conflict],” Pusha explained in an interview. “You’re not inside. You know, it is what it is. Previously before, I’ve never answered this question because I’ve always felt like, me being the newest signee to G.O.O.D. Music, they have a history. Consequence, [Kanye West], those guys, they all have a history. It goes way before me. I never answered the question and I always thought it would blow over and people would be like, respectful. It doesn’t make sense for me to answer it because I know Ye probably got love for dude. It goes back too far. Just to me, as it stands right now, it’s funny because me and Ye have never talked about it. Not once. Never, not once. That in itself should tell you how serious it is. It’s really not — It’s not like a back and forth thing because it doesn’t do anything for me. The stuff he does isn’t good, to me. I don’t think you’ve ever been checking for it. Nobody’s ever checked for it — I’ve never checked for it and I’m a fan of rap. People I don’t like in rap, I like they music and I’ve never checked for him.” (DJ Moon Dawg)
Yesterday, Cons dropped his “World Is Watching 2″ aimed at G.O.O.D.
Consequence seems to be taking shots at his former G.O.O.D. music compatriot Kanye West in a clip entitled “The World is Watching 2: The Puppet Masters.” In what looks to be a thinly-veiled dig at West, Consequence implies that Kanye is some sort of “king” and Cons intends on “stopping” him. As images of Kanye, Rhymefest, Fonzworth Bentley, Lupe Fiasco and others the following words flash across the screen: “There are some who think they have this ability, and others who are robbed for it. But by who? The puppet masters,” reads the clip. “They are the ones who are put in place to ensure that any wizard on the horizon relinquish his power to the king. The only one who can stop the king and his court, is… the warrior. It’s been done before… And it will happen again. The world is watching.” (Hip Hop Blog)
Last week, Cons dropped “The Plagiarist Society” going at G.O.O.D.’s Pusha T and warning of an onslaught directed at Yeezy.
“So what you’ve ignited is the heroin flow that’ll eat your flesh alive/Before EMS arrives and the wings of death decide / That it’s time to expire / Yeah, meaning it’s time to retire/ Because you’ll never get a trophy, playing for the Steelers / They steal n*ggas lines, steal n*ggas flows / 40 million in, still a n*gga owes — You keep f*ckin’ around but still don’t hit / And that’s why the motherf*cking Clipse got clipped — But still there’s no Malice in my heart / For these poor little wretched clowns that I’ma coast through — He ain’t nothin’ but a body shield for the coward from the Midwest / So yes, you can bet / That your boss is next.” (“The Plagiarist Society”)
Although Ye remains mum on the situation, Big Sean has addressed Cons’ verbal shots.
“Kanye, that situation with him and Consequence, that’s way personal,” Sean explained in an interview. “That’s not a random dude dissing. That was somebody who was part of the fam, was all in the fam together and then they had their problems.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
Check out Pusha T’s interview below: