Cold world. MMG spitter Meek Mill shows no mercy to a few rappers from his hometown.
Just to catch up those who aren’t in the know: A while back Meek said he’d be interested in seeing a battle between Murda Mook and Philly’s own Cassidy. Things got misconstrued, flipped around or whatever & out of nowhere, the streets began calling for Meek to battle Cass for 100K.
Welp. Meek took to the web to air out of is Philly brethren. Peep the trill discourse below and let us know what you think.
“Why niggas 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! And I just wanna do this for fun I gain nothing! I need a #100k just 2 do it! Damn near got that in my pocket u feel me.” – Meek Mill Twitter
Taking a shot at Cass’ debut single, Meek went on to dismiss Cassidy while reminding followers who drives the best cars in Philadelphia. Meek does, and don’t you ever forget that.
“You can’t pave the way wit “come 2 my hotel” @CASSIDY_LARSINY … I’m da only nigga that spin them big boi whips thru Philly …..ask somebody from Philly when the last time u seen one of these niggas!” - Meek Mill Twitter - Meek Mill Twitter
Not to be outdone, Cass fired back. He invited the MMG spitter to log off Twitter and confirm the battle.
“Fuck all this tweeting and shit.. Put that shit in a rap, battle me, and get your fucking head bit off..” – Cassidy twitter
You’d think taking aim at one Philly MC would be enough. Nah. Meek went after early 2000s YouTube battle sensation Reed Dollaz, too. Cray.
“Aye @RealReedDollaz nigga you broke too…. U ain’t never get a deal u hate me too I fucked ya life up! Living wit ya grandma … Aye @RealReedDollaz somebody sign this guy… ima slap u when I see u too u clown ass nigga ….u wear du-rags in public too!” - Meek Mill Twitter
Hey — say what you must about Reed, but keep the durags outta this. Things have changed a lot over the past few months, when I interviewed Cassidy following his August 2012 “misunderstanding” with Meek, which he assured me was nothing serious.
“I been doin’ songs with Meek for years, before he became a household name around the world. I always felt as though he had potential. But recently, a misunderstanding happened on Twitter, and people thought that we was beefin’, but I’m not gonna let the media create a beef that’s not really there. I’ve really had beef with people in the street. That’s real beef. I’m happy to see Meek doin’ what he do because it’s big for my city, the bigger he do it, the better.”