Cassidy Says He’s Not Interested In Battling Meek Mill
Cassidy says he has no interest in taking on Meek Mill in a rap battle, despite their past beef. He discussed the state of his feud with his fellow Philadelphia rapper during an interview on Vlad TV. In doing so, Cassidy explained that he doesn’t view Meek Mill as a battle rapper and that he has so many other things going on in his career, that he probably wouldn’t be interested either.
“Salute to Meek, but, he ain’t battle rap,” he said to outlet. “Like, maybe he battled back in the day to try to get on, like to try to get people familiar with what he do. There’s a bunch of people that did that. But still, they wouldn’t consider themselves battle rappers.”
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He continued: “Maybe that’s the cloth he was cut from back then, but it’s been so much time, and him doing other shit, and on music, and then a different bag, that I’m not even sure if he’s interested in battle rapping. … We kinda already had our own little battle, but I’m not interested in battling nobody. Long as the business is right, they could pick whoever I battle.”
The beef between Cassidy and Meek Mill began over a decade ago at this point. Back in 2013, things reached a high point when the two traded a series of freestyles aimed at dissing one another. Despite his animosity with Meek Mill, Cassidy recently revealed that he once tried to sign him. During a recent interview with the African Cultural Art Forum (ACAF), he explained that he simply couldn’t offer Meek what he needed at the time. “It wasn’t like I was super connected to the machine,” he said. “I was moving towards the independent direction. So I was offering him distribution, but more in like an independent way, [however] maybe he wanted to be more on the major side.” Check Cassidy’s discussion with Vlad TV below.
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