The day just got a lot hotter. Former G.O.O.D. Music frontman Consequence held his word and today launched a war against Kanye West and his army. In what's expected to be the first of many attacks, on his first try Cons puts the spotlight directly on the labels latest signee, lyrical monster Pusha-T. On the track titled "The Plagurist Society" Cons questions Pusha's coke-dealing raps while reminding the VA hustler that he comes from the land of the elite weight movers, the notorious Supreme Team. Consequence saves the best for last towards the end of the record when the Queens native promises to take aim at West on the next go round.
A few months back Consequence sat down with RapFix Live and revealed his issues at hand with West, his cousin Q-Tip and the rest of the G.O.O.D. Music clan.
"As a man, you can't hang your fate on no other man, but when you think the man is your brother and you talk about every other single situation known to man, you would think it would dawn on somebody to say, 'Hey, let me make sure this all right, let me make sure my guy is good.' If I'm not your guy, that's fine; let's just have clarity on it."
For the most part Kanye has remained silent adressing the litany of Consequence's gripes with him. G.O.O.D. Music artist CyHi The Prynce recently spoke out following his former labelmates accusations directed at his boss.
"I can't really speak on Consequence, 'cause I don't know the agreements they had," CyHi said on "RapFix Live." "They had their relationship before I came along, so I don't have no problem with him. That's my guy."
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