Meek takes to Twitter to address Cassidy’s lengthy response to “Repo.”
Last night, Cassidy released a response to Meek Mill’s “Repo.” It’s a 10-minute, beat-shifting symphony of punch lines titled “R.A.I.D.” or “Robert Ass Is Dead.” Cass takes the Scarface route and likens his rival to a cockroach that needs to be exterminated. He not only addresses Meek but takes a few shots at Rick Rossand the MMG camp in general.
Shortly after the track dropped, Meek unsurprisingly took to Twitter to make light of the situation. Will he respond in rhyme? Only time will tell.
Read the tweets below:
50 Cent says that his beef with Floyd Mayweather began over a $2 million debt.
While 50 Cent is hardly a stranger to beef, perhaps his most surprising feud in recent history involves his former friend and TMT Promotions partner Floyd Mayweather. Now, in a recent interview with Power 106 FM, Fif reveals the origins of his beef with the famed boxer.
According to Fif, the feud began over a $2 million debt Mayweather owes to Fiddy for starting their TMT Promotions company prior to Mayweather’s recent prison sentence. Fif explained that after his release from jail, Mayweather neglected his debt to the rapper and instead spent his fortune on jewelry and cars. Eventually, tensions boiled over and Mayweather lashed out at the rapper on Twitter at the behest of his entourage.
“[Mayweather] changed his mind…as he was actually going in to jail, he asked me to help him with Mayweather Promotions,” Fif recalled. “As he actually got in and I took a look, I realized there is no Mayweather Promotions: there’s no LLC, there’s no seals, there’s no ‘incorporated’…technically, Floyd is a Golden Boy fighter [for Oscar De La Hoya’s promotion firm]. He fights on every Golden Boy card, they do all the footwork…so when he says, ‘Help me with Mayweather Promotions,’ and it’s not there, I go, ‘Okay, I know what he means: he wants me to put it together for him.’ So I do TMT Promotions, I get it all the way together…he comes home, and there’s the, ‘Let’s get Floyd back in pocket’ campaign that goes on, where there’s $300,000 chains being bought and buying him the new Lambourghini…and I’m sitting there going, ‘When are you going to give me the money?’…It’s about [$2 million owed] at that point. When he finally does bring up the actual situation, he acted like he didn’t know anything. Like, ‘I didn’t tell y’all to do that.’”
He added, “That’s not Floyd [on Twitter or Instagram dissing me]; Floyd don’t Tweet…he’s got somebody next to him. See, everybody around him is co-dependent, so they gonna roll with what he says regardless…they’ll tell him what to say. As soon as he gets confused, he’s gonna go, ‘Okay, okay, um, just call out [50 Cent].’”
Check out the full interview below.
Chris Brown got into it with a comedian on Twitter and subsequently pushed the delete button.
Chris Brown deleted his Twitter account yesterday after getting into a verbal spat with comedienne Jenny Johnson.
Johnson was first to lash out at Breezy by retweeting his comment “I look old as fuck! I’m only 23…” and adding, “I know! Being a worthless piece of shit can really agge a person.”
He snapped back by telling her to “take them teeth out when u Sucking my dick HOE,” continuing with a few more tweets along the same lines. The R&B star then went off on his own rant, ending his series of messages with, “To teambreezy… Know that I’m not upset. Just felt like entertaining the ignorance. These bitches crazy..Further proved my point of how immature society is. #CarpeDiem…Catch me in traffic.”
Roscoe Dash says his lack of credit on “Cruel Summer” was due to a “typo,” comments on the Tweets he made last month.
Atlanta artist Roscoe Dash caused quite the uproar in the Twittersphere last month after letting loose a series of fuming Tweets about not receiving proper credit on G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer album or Wale and Miguel’s “Lotus Flower Bomb.”
Dash spoke further on the situation during an interview with Sway Calloway of Sway In The Morning and revealed that he was told by a label rep that his lack of credit onCruel Summer was due to an error.
“I felt like if there was some type of error, some typo or whatever, I felt like they should have reached out to me and let me know that. You know what I’m saying? So for me to get all hyped up because I knew the project was coming out and be like, ‘Aww man, I can’t wait to get home and support it.’ For me to go support it and see that I wasn’t a part of it just made me feel some type of way,” Dash explained.
The rapper also stated that although he wasn’t compensated for his work on the project, specifically the R. Kelly-assisted record “To The World,” he reassured listeners that they’re currently working on that issue now. Dash was also sure to stress the fact that last month’s Tweets were made to show the darker side of the industry and not for publicity reasons.
“When I said something about it it wasn’t for the attention,” said the rapper. “It wasn’t for any type of publicity…it was really because I feel like there’s so many people who wanna do what we do and feel like they can do what we do and it’s easy…And they don’t really know half of the things we really go through so I just wanted to put that out there for them to see that firsthand.”
Diggy Simmons explains why he backed away from his truce with J. Cole.
Diggy Simmons recently reignited his beef with J. Cole by releasing the song “Fall Down,” breaking the truce that they had previously struck. During an interview withThisIs50.com, the young rapper explained that Cole is the one who lashed out at him first and that he was merely protecting his honor.
“It wasn’t me, man. He came first,” he explained. Tyresehad taken to Twitter to defend Diggy following the release of “Fall Down,” which Diggy explains came out of nowhere. “That’s like my big homie, he threw it out there. I don’t know.”
Despite the beef on wax, the Atlantic Records signee said that it doesn’t run too deep. “I saw him and we made up and then he came back, so it kind of confused me. I don’t feed into the negativity. It’s all good.”
Big Sean more concerned with making money than beef, says Kanye West is very happy in his relationship.
Detroit rapper Big Sean has no time for rap beef and he made that quite clear when asked about the past feud between Lil Wayne and G.O.O.D. Music artist Pusha T during an interview with DJ Whoo Kid. Big Sean didn’t seem too bothered by the issues between the two artists and instead revealed that he’s more focused on making money.
“I don’t be knowing what the fuck be going on. Nigga’s is beefing, if they not beefing. I don’t know, don’t nobody know,” said Big Sean in a video posted on NahRight.com. “Who gives a fuck man? I don’t care nothing about that shit…Ain’t nobody dying over that shit. Ain’t nobody dying we making money man.”
Later in the interview, the G.O.O.D. Music emcee spoke on the relationship between Kanye West and reality star Kim Kardashian and revealed that this is the happiest he’s seen Kanye in quite some time.
“That’s the homie man. She’s a cool person all around. I think her and Ye they really make each other happy. I never seen him so happy man. I can’t even remember the last time I seen him so happy. It’s tight man,” Big Sean explained.
Days after Lil Jojo was gunned down, Chief Keef takes a completely opposite stance on the rapper’s death.
When Lil Jojo was gunned down earlier this week, Chief Keef simply laughed in response on Twitter. According to Keef, however, the tweets were not his own.
In a new set of tweets that have since curiously been deleted, Keef lamented Jojo’s passing, writing, “Man, been thinkin bout this chicago street shit a lot. My prayers go out 2 Jojo’s family on their loss.”
Keef then denied culpability in both the shooting and his earlier controversial tweets. “i didn’t know him but he young jus like me. i can assure everyone that i had nothin 2 do with this tragedy tho. my twitter acct was hacked.”
The Chicago rapper did a tweet addressing the situation:
My prayers go out to jojo’s family on their loss. He was young like me, out there trying to get it.
With the final message addressing the situation, Keef took the opportunity to plug his album:
since i was put in a messed up spot i think that i finna sign off this twitter shit for awhile or at least til my album drops on 11/27!
Drake airs out his publicized feuds with a bevy of Hip Hop’s biggest acts in the latest issue of Vibe. Drake and Common may have squashed their highly publicized beef, but that doesn’t mean that the Young Money rapper is finished airing out his dirty laundry in public. Now, the rapper addresses several other feuds he has going with Pusha T, Ludacris and Future. In the February/March issue of Vibe, Drizzy spoke on his past beefs with rappers Future, Ludacris and Pusha T. Beginning with Future’s comments that Drake’s absence from the video of the “Tony Montana” remix was “a slap in the face,” Drake said that he has no issues with Future. “I’ve got no issues with [Future],” he said. “I’m happy I got on the song [‘Tony Montana’].” Drizzy then turned his focus to Ludacris, who attacked him and Big Sean on his song “Badaboom” over their hash-tag style of rap. He chalked up the diss record to an attempt on Luda’s part to capitalize off his fame. “[Ludacris,] that’s a case of someone trying to use my marketing money to get things going again for themselves,” he said explained. “That didn’t affect my day, my month, my year. I didn’t take any of that seriously.” Finally, Drake tackled the subject of Pusha T’s supposed diss on the song “Don’t Fuck With Me,” which featured lines like “The talk don’t match the leather/The swag don’t match the sweaters” that sparked speculation among listeners. The YMCMB star couldn’t explain the reason for the possible shot, postulating that, “maybe that guy is bored.” “[As for Pusha T’s subliminal shots,] I’ve been really open about my love for the Clipse. I don’t know [why he dissed me], maybe that guy is bored,” he touted. Check out a portion of Vibe’s original interview over at YouHeardThatNew.
The G.O.O.D. Music rapper once again takes the high road in his beef with Luda. After Ludacris initially dissed him and Drake on“Badaboom,” Big Sean said that he had no problemswith Luda and paid him respect. Speaking with DJ Whoo Kid, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper echoed his earlier statements, explaining that he looks at the spar as “free promotion for me” and that he’s surprised Luda held a grudge from year-old comments. “For me, I’m from Detroit. So when it’s real beef, beef ain’t safe where I’m from. It’s real dangerous. I never really considered it no type of beef. I really looked at it as free promotion for me,” he said. “Especially from something I said over a year ago. I ain’t know that people hang onto things that much.” Sean, who’s working on his sophomore album and the G.O.O.D. Music compilation LP, said that in spite of the fact that Luda fired shots at him, he isn’t taking it personally. “If somebody says something bad about me, I’m like oh well. But the fact that it was a year later and he’s still hanging onto it… But you know, it’s all love. I ain’t got nothing against dude at all, for real. I hope he has a great year for real.”