Consequence Releases “The Plagurist Society” Diss To Pusha T
The rocky relationship between former G.O.O.D. Music rapper Consequence and Kanye West’s record label continued yesterday when shots were fired in a diss song aimed at G.O.O.D.’s Pusha T.
After making claims earlier this year that Pusha T stole lyrics from one of his songs, Consequence retaliated in a song called “The Plagurist Society,” where the rappers spits the lines:
“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 niggas lines, steal niggas flows / 40 million in, still a N***a owes.”
Further into the track The Cons starts saying names with the line, “You keep Fawkin’ around but still don’t hit / And that’s why the mothaFawkin’ Clipse got clipped,” and continuing with, “But still there’s no Malice in my heart / For these poor little wretched clowns that I’ma coast through.”
Lastly, before ending the track Consequence sends a message to Kanye West with the line,“He ain’t nothin’ but a body shield for the coward from the Midwest / So yes, you can bet / That your boss is next.”
Consequence signed with Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music label in 2005, and released his debut album Don’t Quit Your Day Job! in 2007.
After delays in the released of his sophomore album and a brief beef with G.O.O.D. music rapper KiD CuDi, earlier this year Consequence announced his disbandment from the label.
Should Kanye even bother responding?
Listen to his Pusha T diss “The Plagurist Society” below and let us know what you think.