Consequence – “The Plagiarist Society” (Pusha T Diss)

Consequence – “The Plagiarist Society” (Pusha T Diss)

I’m not really posting this because I care about what Consequence has to say about the whole G.O.O.D. Music beef, but rather to get some input from you guys to see what you think about this big debacle. It seems to me like Consequence, although talented in his own right, has always been one to ride the coattails of bigger emcees instead of really creating a lane of his own. First with Tribe, then with Kanye, and now it looks like he is just straight up lost. In a desperate measure to hold on to what hype he had behind him, he throws out a diss to Pusha T, who has been absolutely killing it as of late. “The Plagiarist Society” is a weak attempt at exposing everything we already knew about Pusha, and I highly doubt he will even take the time to retaliate. I just wish Cons would focus his attention on making some progressive hip-hop and stop making himself look childish. I guess it takes two to beef, and so far we only have Consequence running his mouth. Let us know what you think, maybe a little controversy in hip-hop is exactly what we need!

Hit the skip to stream the “controversial” diss track.

The Plagiarist Society (Pusha-T Diss) by Consequence by Consequence


  1. VVWHO
    Jul 30, 2011 @ 21:32:00

    As a man, Consequence big head ass has every right to speak on issues that pertains to him.
    Just like Kanye big head ass publicly expressed his dislike for Taylor winning an award over Beyonce, which he had nothing to do with BTW, but felt in his heart it was necessary.
    If Consequence has an issue with Ye regarding whatever, he has the right to tell his side of the story. If it were you, and something was done that you felt uncomfortable with, if you have the balls….You’re gonna address it.
    This is about music, so let the diss songs begin, period. WDTHDigital.com

  2. afan
    Jul 27, 2011 @ 02:47:00

    agreed. but dude was talking about virginia and pusha biting lyrics. needs a response.

  3. David Reyneke
    Jul 26, 2011 @ 03:38:00

    Even if this track was released in the heyday of diss tracks, it still would be shitty. Consequence should have never quit his day job.

  4. afan
    Jul 26, 2011 @ 03:24:00

    All i can say is that this is G.O.O.D for hip hop. Pusha T has an enormous buzz at the moment. But in hip hop we have lost that competitiveness. Artists claiming to be the best or the top 5 or any of that nonsense dont get challenged anymore. Respected artists don’t get called out for making bad music. Im not Consequences biggest fan but this i see is important for hip hop. Pusha T is one of the most respected emcees in the game at the current moment. but he has never been challenged. Some good lines were said in this track that need a respond. If someone has question your credibility as a man you respond. so this will be interesting……

    P.S im not for 50 cent style beefs and all that. but lyrical diss records have been a part of hip hop since the beginning.

  5. Andrew Martin
    Jul 25, 2011 @ 21:23:00

    Cons said that Pusha stole some of his bars. You can read about it here: http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.14084/title.pusha-t-responds-to-consequence-about-biting-lyrics

  6. Grownmale
    Jul 25, 2011 @ 21:17:00

    Also, Consequence is dope, in an understated sense, like he has these punch lines that make you question whether or not you even HEARD what you just heard. So, you go back and listen, and be like WOW. I still don’t know what the beef is between him and Pusha, especially since he basically gave him a shout out on that V.I.P song. Rappers need to just pull their guns out and kill each other already, because no one wants to hear about dumb shite on songs.

  7. Grownmale
    Jul 25, 2011 @ 21:14:00

    I feel the same way about REKS, except he doesn’t ride anyone’s coattails. Statik Selektah had a big hand in bringing REKS back to relevance, but REKS’ rhymes are crazy and insightful. HOWEVER, I wish he’d stop dissing Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, and pretty much name dropping/dissing every mainstream/materialistic rap artist out there. It’s like Phonte said “If you don’t watch gay porn”, then why complain about it?”.

  8. nia momon
    Jul 25, 2011 @ 20:55:00

    I don’t even know why people bother with this guy. They say don’t bite the hand that feeds you.

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