(AllHipHop News) Rhymefest and Consequence were among the earliest affiliates of Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music crew, but both emcees have had falling outs with Ye as well. Recently Rhymefest revealed he ended his relationship as Kanye's co-writer and suggested the Chicago native needed spiritual and mental counseling.
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Consequence also separated from Kanye at one point, but the Queens rapper was able to settle the differences with his former boss. The Breakfast Club spoke with Con about his history with West and Rhymefest's decision to air out his issues.
"As far as Rhymefest is concerned, my thing is this - everybody's principality is different. I know for a fact that I'm not a hypocrite. I can't speak for anyone else," said Consequence. "When I wasn't on that, I wasn't on that. Could a dollar have fixed that? Yes, with the right dialogue. Our dialogue is what fixed me and Kanye."
"When he's saying, 'Yo, let's get it,' it's me and him talking. That's super bogus. I haven't been around long enough to be a yes-man or a no-man. I'm just a man, and I'm going to call it 100," added Con. "That wasn't a meltdown, because he still did it. A meltdown would have been, 'I'm leaving. I'm irrational. You can't talk to me. You can't talk to management. I'm not listening to anybody.'"
Watch Consequence's interview below.