New York’s Hot 97 radio veteran Funkmaster Flex weighed in on the current war of words between one-time comrades Cassidy and Meek Mill tonight (December 27) in light of dropping new diss records at one another these past seven days.
Although he called Cass’ “Me, Myself & iPhone” clever and Meek’s “Repo” diss tough, Flex could not crown an ultimate winner in the feud thus far.
“I listened to both of those. Hard. Cassidy’s is clever, more clever in terms of the writing, the talking back and forth, Cassidy doing another voice. I think that’s super clever. A little more clever than Meek’s,” Flex said. “Keeping it a hundred, the Cassidy beat was trash. But lyrically, it’s tough. The back and forth, the cleverness of it, I like it. Meek’s? The beat’s tough. The lyrics are tough too but I don’t, you know, I don’t think that it’s settled yet. I don’t think it’s settled yet. There’s a lot being said here. Or they could just leave it, in a way — I don’t think they should run into each other anywhere. [laughs] I don’t think so. That would be better not to happen. Nah, I don’t even think on their part, I just think it’s too much, too much. Really it’s too much.” (“Funkmaster Flex”)
On Meek’s “Repo” anthem, he takes multiple swipes at Cass’ music career.
“What you made this year, what you worth n*gga,” Meek continues. “I dropped Dreams & Nightmares, I made ‘Church’ n*gga, I did ‘I’ma Boss,’ young’n set the summer off/Now these old n*ggas mad at me ’cause they fallin’ off/Get your hate on, Cass, and we ain’t talkin’ Larceny ’cause they all trash/Your goons ain’t riding with you ’cause they all mad/You ain’t never put no food up on AR Ave/My dog caught a body for you, d*mn, he ain’t eatin’ from it/Now you mad at Swizz ’cause you can’t get a beat from him/Once my n*ggas come at you dog, we gonna keep coming/Weird ol’ Forrest Gump a** n*gga, better keep running.” (“Repo”)
Last week, the “Hustla” poked fun at Mill falling behind Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross‘ shadow.
“That ain’t nothing new I raised son/I was around when that clown couldn’t even get his braids done/Why he dropped that I’m a boss sh*t?/Cause his boss say he a (Boss) and he just on his boss d*ck/I usually don’t get mad, but I had enough/When he dropped that song amen that was the last from us/He should praise his heavenly father the creator/But yo I gotta go I’mma holla at you later easy.” (“Me, Myself & iPhone”)
Despite the hollering by both parties, Meek has already vowed to fall back on the feuding.
“No more attention on broke n*gga sh*t….. I’m done…. Time 2 get this money! Nothing else #mmg #dcr,” Meek tweeted December 27th. (Meek Mill’s Twitter)
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