In this note, we study discrete time majority dynamics over an inhomogeneous random graph G obtained by including each edge e in the complete graph Kn independently with probability pn(e). Each vertex is independently assigned an initial state +1 (with probability p+) or −1 (with probability 1−p+), updated at each time step following the majority of its neighbors’ states. Under some regularity and density conditions of the edge probability sequence, if p+ is smaller than a threshold, then G will display a unanimous state −1 asymptotically almost surely, meaning that the probability of reaching consensus tends to one as n→∞. The consensus reaching process has a clear difference in terms of the initial state assignment probability: In a dense random graph p+ can be near a half, while in a sparse random graph p+ has to be vanishing. The size of a dynamic monopoly in G is also discussed.