• Meek Mill & Cassidy Clash: “Ya Swagg Corny As Sh*t, U Don’t Even Represent Philly N*ggas Right”

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    Philadelphia rappers Cassidy and Meek Mill appear to be back at each other’s necks, hopping on Twitter to boast about their fame and fortune.

    Cassidy got Meek’s blood boiling first after taking credit for paving a lane for Philly hip-hop artists.

    “I been popping for over a decade! N*ggas get 1 year in and get carried away.. I paved the way for these dudes.. N*ggas is scared! That would be the easiest 100k I ever made in my life.. It’s like taking candy from a baby..,” Cass tweeted November 15th.

    “F*ck all this tweeting and sh*t.. Put that sh*t in a rap, battle me, and get your f*cking head bit off..” (Cassidy’s Twitter)

    Meek proceeded to unload an army’s worth of disses back at Cass.

    “Why n*ggas Tryna pump Cassidy 2 battle I said I wanted him and Mook 2 battle…a battle I wanted 2 c..he gotta get poppin first 2 battle me!,” Meek tweeted.

    “You can’t pave the way wit “come 2 my hotel” @CASSIDY_LARSINY”

    “And ya swagg corny as sh*t u don’t even represent Philly n*ggas right n*gga! @CASSIDY_LARSINY paced the way!”

    “N*ggaz wanna battle “get a single popping and ill do it for free!”

    “If n*ggas wanna get popping ill do it! Lol”

    “From now on I’m not letting these n*ggas talk about sh*t in they raps they not about…I’ma start exposing y’all weirdos lol” (Meek Mill’s Twitter)

    Meek also questioned just how much Cass has contributed to their hometown.

    “#Pause lol RT @CASSIDY_LARSINY: F*ck all this tweeting and sh*t.. Put that sh*t in a rap, battle me, and get your f*cking head bit off..”

    “Truthfully I wanted 2 battle the underground n*ggas 2 bring more light 2 they sh*t cause I love what they doing ….cass just thirsty!”

    “Get ya shots off now cause tomar ima drop some new sh*t and we gone forget about ya again!”

    “beanie Siegel was the only n*gga out in them streets stunting still in da hood! And I just took it 2 the next level #freebmack” (Meek Mill’s Twitter)

    Hours after the dispute, Cassidy dropped his “Diary of a Hustla” diss record.

    Now, Cassidy has taken the beef to wax, releasing a diss track titled “The Diary of a Hustla.” On the song, he claims that Meek lives a lifestyle opposite of what he portrays and adds in a few low blows. “Don’t believe this n*gga hustlin’, this n*gga bluffin’ / Look him in his eyes, the only time he cookin’ pies is in the kitchen oven,” he raps. “His fake a** better break fast before he get his food ate like an Egg McMuffin / He ain’t the only n*gga f*ckin’ that chick he cuffin.” (HHDX)

    Last week, Ruff Ryders producer Swizz Beatz said he would put his money on Cass in a battle with Meek.

    “I’d put my money Cass just because I’m a loyal person,” Swizzy said when asked who he felt had a better shot at winning in a rap battle. “Cass is somebody that I groomed, put a lot of time into, just off of [general purpose] and loyalty, I’d put my money on Cassidy. 100 percent.” (RapFix)

    Days prior, Cass reacted to Meek Mill offering a $100,000 battle rap challenge.

    “Well, you know, that’s what I do, man. I mean, I’m cut from that cloth. I started off with battling so I’m into that but ever since I got a deal and started getting money up in this industry, it wasn’t really beneficial for me to battle especially with a bunch of those dudes that are battling all the time,” Cass said in an interview with radio host Q Deezy. “I know I’ma bite they head off but it’s like, really, what am I going to get out of it? … Meek got that wave right now, he a household name, bigging him up — we definitely can get a nice crowd, get some crazy sponsors and get some chicken up. So it’ll be beneficial for me to do something like that.” (Q Deezy)

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