Pusha T is firing back at Consequence‘s latest interview that painted “disgust” on his recent departure from Kanye West‘s GOOD Music, in a theological fashion … with a quote from the Bible that outlines his views on the entire debacle.
The “It’s Almost Dry” rapper took a page outta 1 Corinthians 6:7 … quoting “suffer yourselves to be defrauded,” a call for Cons to focus on the bigger picture and not attempt to clean up Ye’s mess.
Push is heavily rumored to be restarting his Clipse duo with brother No Malice, who’s a devout Christian, which probably explains why he’s rattling off bible verses like they live on Genius.
Push started his 2023 off Kanye-free … having cut ties with Ye and GOOD Music after years by his side over his antisemitic rants, but Consequence says his reasoning was total BS.
Cons says Kanye prevented Push from getting on stage at a Donda performance in Chicago and has been on some taking-his-ball-home-ish ever since!!!
Cons says Push’s real loyalty is to Pharrell, but he expected more outta the Virginia rapper, after hanging around all these years.
He also blamed Push for bringing tensions with Drake into Good Music, revealing he’s actually been to Drake’s crib but never stepped foot inside Push’s house!!
Kanye West’s GOOD Music is a dub as we know it — Push, Kid Cudi, Big Sean, Desiigner — have all departed with less than stellar things to say about Ye and Consequence wants to know where’s the loyalty!!!
Ye and Push may make amends but Cons sounds like he doesn’t even have a handshake left to give!!!