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Consequence Fires Back At Pusha-T and Kanye West, Pulls Beyonce and Jay-Z Into Beef

It looks like the battle of Consequence vs. Kanye West and G.O.O.D. Music has taken another bitter turn. Hearing the rumblings of one Pusha-T on Chicago radio station WGCI, Cons called in earlier this morning and proceeded to spew more slander against his former crew.


 

Here's the skinny on Cons' outrageous interview:

“[Pusha] lyrically cannot compete and that’s the reason for the extra smoke & mirrors and the attempt at discrediting, Cons told WGCI. “You guys have a song in rotation that disproves everything he says. He said “Yo there’s nobody checking for me. I’ma tell you who’s checking for me Chicago, Beyonce’s checking for me.”

Things turned uglier when Beyonce was brought into the picture. It's clear that the Queens rapper is on a mission to take this one with no prisoners

“You know to know why Beyonce’s checking for me? If you have the full album and you listen to song 5, it’s a record called “Party.” I’m performing the chorus on “Party,” and I also had a hand in co-producing “Party,” so I want Chicago to understand clearly, if you’re saying Beyonce Knowles Carter is a nobody then you’re disrespectful and you’re misinformed, and you’re disrespecting her fans by questioning her taste level.”

“As it stands right now I’m the most talked about commodity in hip-hop and I’m a go out and say it I’m probably the best pure lyricist in hip-hop and in music right now. And among the elite song writers in the game. Let’s be crystal clear about it. And I’m going to prove this by releasing the biggest blockbuster of the summer in the form of Movies on Demand 3.”

After referring to Pusha as a "worker," Consequence reveals the one person who can stop the drama.

Let me tell you why Kanye West has never said anything to [Pusha] regarding our situation… because he’s a worker. He was jet fuel for Pharrell Williams and he’ll be jet fuel for Kanye West. He’s a live body. I said in “Plagurists’s Society” you aint nothing but a body shield, you’re jet fuel.”

“He’s a only child who has a few brothers. One of his brothers is GLC, another one is Really Doe, another one is Rhymefest and another one is Consequence. And I’m a be real. I’m the brother who’s not gonna stand back and watch him do what he’s doing and be up to not good and not say anything.”

“This quote, unquote “campaign of terror” is going to continue until Jay-Z intervenes. When Jay-Z and Consequence have a gentlemen conversation this may come to an end.

Listen to the full interview below:

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