The G.O.O.D Music rapper comes to Kanye West’s defense.
After rapper Consequence took shots at him on his diss track "The Plagiarists Society," Pusha T has begun pushing back. The Clipse rapper took to the air waves the past two days (July 28 -29) and fired a few jabs at his former G.O.O.D. Music associate.
After one of the hosts of Chicago's 107.5 WGCI The Morning Riot radio show suggested he'd like to see a rap battle between Pusha and Consequence, P was incredulous.
“Really? You’re like the first person to ever say that. I don’t ever think anyone’s wanted to see Consequence,” he joked. “Never no radio personality, DJ has ever said they want to hear Consequence!”
In a subsequent interview, on the same station, Ziploc P suggested that a beef with Cons would be beneath him.
"To me, as it stands right now, it’s so funny. Me and ‘Ye have never talked about it. Never, not once. That in itself should just tell you how serious it is. It’s really not. But it’s not an inside thing because he’s not inside. He’s outside."
Pusha left the door open for a possible retaliation on wax, but said he wouldn't want to get into a big war of words.
"I’m just an artist, so I have fun. When I write, I write from my soul. If it happened to come up in my mind and it made good sense and it felt right, I might," he said.
"But a go-back-and-forth between me and him, it’s not right. You can’t get anything out of it,” he concluded. “People are disrespectful. What can you say?"
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