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Consequence was born as Dexter Raymond Mills, Jr. on the 14th June 1977, in Queens, New York City USA, and is a rap musician, best known for his collaboration with A Tribe Called Quest and Kanye West, with whom he released his debut album “Don’t Quit Your Day Job!” in 2007. Consequence’s career started in 1993.
Have you ever wondered how rich Consequence is, as of mid-2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Consequence’s net worth is as high as $2 million, earned through his successful rapping career. In addition to his studio album and another one being announced, Consequence has also recorded ten mixtapes which have improved his wealth.
Consequence Net Worth $2 Million
Consequence started his career in the early ‘90s, mainly as a featured member of A Tribe Called Quest, and appeared on their album called “Beats, Rhymes, and Life” in 1996 alongside his cousin Q-Tip. He signed a contract with Elektra Records in 1998, but his album was never released, the label closed, and after A Tribe Called Quest’s breakup, Consequence looked for other collaborators in support for his debut album.
He signed a deal with Columbia Records and Kanye West’s GOOD Music, and in 2007, his first album “Don’t Quit Your Day Job!” finally came out, reaching No.1 on the Heatseekers Albums, No. 10 on Independent Albums, No. 12 on Rap Albums, No. 27 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and No. 113 on Billboard 200 chart, which increased his net worth by a large margin.
Consequence has made most of his money thanks to the ten mixtapes he recorded from 2004 to 2013, including “Take ‘Em To The Cleaners” (2004), “The Cons Vol. 4: Finish What You Started” (2006), “Movies on Demand” (2010), and “Curb Certified” (2011).
Consequence was involved in some controversies with fellow rappers such as Pusha T and Joe Budden. In 2011, he released the song called “The Plagurist Society” in which he questions Pusha T’s coke-dealing raps, the latter responding on Chicago’s 107.5 WGCI’s “The Morning Riot” stating that nobody cared about Consequence. Soon after, Consequence recorded the song “Everybody Told Me 2 (Straighten It Out)”, dissing Pusha T, Kanye West, and GOOD Music. Unsurprisingly, Consequence left GOOD Music in 2011 and later launched his own label called Band Camp Records.
In 2013, Consequence assaulted fellow rapper and reality TV show actor Joe Budden during an episode of the “Love & Hip Hop” show, sneaking up behind Budden and pinching him on the back of the head, after which he ran away, with Budden’s ex-girlfriend pursuing and striking him too. Budden wanted to retaliation, and he openly admitted during Angie Martinez’s radio show that he would respond to Consequence’s assault, which he did in a cell phone-captured encounter some time later.
Regarding his personal life, Consequence has been dating Jennifer “Jen The Pen” Bayer for several years, and has a son named Caiden Mills with her.
|Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony||2009||Video Game performer: "I Hear Footsteps" / writer: "I Hear Footsteps" - as D. Mills|
|Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned||2009||Video Game performer: "I Hear Footsteps" / writer: "I Hear Footsteps" - as D. Millis|
|Prom Night||2008/I||performer: "Callin' Me" / writer: "Callin' Me" - as Dexter R. Mills|
|Inside a Change||2009||Darius|
|Saturday Night Live||2016||TV Series||Himself|
|RapFix Live||2011-2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Love & Hip Hop||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Big Morning Buzz Live||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest||2011||Documentary||Himself|
|Kid Cudi: Pursuit of Happiness||2009||Video short||Himself|
|4th Annual VH1 Hip-Hop Honors||2007||TV Movie||Himself (uncredited)|
|DJ Khaled Makes a Video: Grammy Family||2006||TV Special|
|Def Poetry||2005||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Kanye West: College Dropout - Video Anthology||2005||Video documentary||Himself (segment "Two Words")|