Pusha T has seemingly responded to Consequence after the Band Camp Records founder accused him of being a salty snake for distancing himself from Kanye West at a time of crisis.
The Virginia native took to Instagram to quote a Bible passage about injustice. “…suffer yourself to be defrauded,” he wrote, from the Bible passage 1 Corinthians 6:7. The full verse reads; “Now therefore there is utterly a fault among you, because ye go to law one with another. Why do ye not rather take wrong? why do ye not rather suffer yourselves to be defrauded?”
The cryptic message could imply Pusha feels he never got his just dues despite his past loyalty to West.
Kanye West signed Pusha T to G.O.O.D Music in 2010 and eventually made him president of the label in 2015. While the two seemed cozy in the Diet Coke video, Pusha T revealed West no longer speaks to him and that he has stepped down from his position as president of the Graduation rapper’s label.
“He’s not speaking to me now. If you ain’t with it, you ain’t down,” said Pusha. “And I ain’t with it. I’m not budging on that. I’m not with it.”
During his appearance on The Art Of Dialogue, Consequence claimed Pusha T is mostly feeling bitter because Ye prevented him from getting on stage at a Donda 3 concert in Chicago.
“The whole Good Music president sh-t? That’s cap. There was no G.O.O.D. Music president sh-t, n-gga. That sh-t is cap. It ain’t been that sh-t for years. When n-gga kickin’ some resignation sh-t, there ain’t no resignation sh-t. Just say you mad about the Donda 3 party in Chicago when he ain’t let you on stage. Say that,” Consequence says.
Consequence also questioned the Daytona rapper’s loyalty. “You basically deading G.O.O.D. Music like, ‘I’m going for the Grammy and f-ck the block.’ What you want me to do? Say, ‘Alright yeah, keep going?’… N-ggas ain’t gonna just dead the block like that. Just so you can eat? You Pharrell’s man. That’s why you running around with Pharrell right now, and that’s cool. All that sh-t is cool. But my man, he in a crisis and n-ggas is out. I’ll say it once and I’ll say it again. I ain’t the only n-gga who got a check with Ye. I’m the only n-gga that said something though. You want me to respect that sh-t? Come on, bro.”