Meek Mill doesn’t take Cassidy beef too seriously, so long as he doesn’t cross the line. The Philly rap rivals have traded lots of lyrical insults, but Cassidy involving slain teen rapper Lil Snupe was “disrespectful,” Meek feels.
On a new song, "Catch Fire," Cassidy blames Meek for Snupe's untimely death, rapping, "I ain't broke, chill, man, I'm still worth a few mill/You remind me of Sisqo from Dru Hill/F--- how you feel, you got Lil Snupe killed/And you only ride out on two wheels."
Responding to the jab in an interview with Elliott Wilson for Jay Z's Life + Times site, the 25-year-old made clear that he only engages for sport. "I just do it 'cause I like that s---," Meek explained. "I don’t earn nothing from coming at no Cassidy. I'm just having fun … I don't gotta drop a diss rap to keep you popping."
He then called Cassidy a "b---- a-- n---a" for the Snupe verse. "Don't be talking about nobody that's dead 'cause when you see me you ain't gonna talk like that," he warned. "So, why talk like that on a track? That’s disrespectful. Say if I see you, one of my homies disrespect you. I ain't gonna be able to hold nobody back. I ain't holding nobody back. You sitting here talking about a dead man. I ain't got nothing to do with it."
Snupe, born Addaren Ross, signed to Meek's Dreamchasers Records earlier in the year. He was killed following a dispute over a video game. Two men, Tony D. Holden and Edrick O. Stewart, are both in custody for the murder.
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