Consequence – Back Down To Earth

New Cons addressing the events of last night’s episode of Love & Hip-Hop.

Previously: Consequence – Black Actors (Video)


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7 Responses to “Consequence – Back Down To Earth”

  1. Fyodor Drostoevsky Says:

    he saw the pieces of the puzzle to get out of Englewood.

    > lol. but why he currently locked up in englewood?
    ^

    Precisely because he found an inventive way to transcend his circumstances. His “message” is threatening and violent, and appeals to people that have the most reason to feel threatened by the state and violent toward the state.

    Reappropriating/recontexualizing your surroundings to achieve a goal is acceptable if you went to Choate, hell even for places like a Whitney Young or Stuy. But a high school dropout making money from pointing guns, and speaking on communities that have little to no political/social representation, that shit is threatening.

  2. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    damn, cons…this song really sux, ahk.

  3. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa have decided on their son Bash’s stepfather, revealing that it would be none other than New Orleans rapper Curren$y. Amber announced the news on Twitter, writing “Yay! I’m so excited 4 Sebastian 2 meet his godfather @CurrenSy_Spitta today! This Lil boy has so much family & Love… It’s such a blessing.”

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    Thats love there, no homo

    *welcomes baby Ba$h into the Jet Life*

  4. King James Says:

    Consequence desperate as fuck

    He the definition of a fuck nigga

  5. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    Precisely because he found an inventive way to transcend his circumstances. His “message” is threatening and violent, and appeals to people that have the most reason to feel threatened by the state and violent toward the state.

    > oh so it had naan to do with him violating his probation by handling guns on camera on the internet?

    lolxsmh

  6. b Says:

    Precisely because he found an inventive way to transcend his circumstances. His “message” is threatening and violent, and appeals to people that have the most reason to feel threatened by the state and violent toward the state.

    Reappropriating/recontexualizing your surroundings to achieve a goal is acceptable if you went to Choate, hell even for places like a Whitney Young or Stuy. But a high school dropout making money from pointing guns, and speaking on communities that have little to no political/social representation, that shit is threatening.

    >Someone translate this for me.

  7. James Mee Says:

    Conz lost it in the game when he started talkin about ye”

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