Casa went to social media this week to share Young Hov’s “Set Trippin” co-sign courtesy of Bronx rapper Fat Joe.
Earlier this month, Casa explained why he had no interest in getting caught up beefing with rap rookie Tekashi 6ix 9ine.
WHEN YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LIVE FOR YOU SMILE IN YOUR JAIL PICS.ME NOW I WOULD HAVE ON A DIFFERENT FACIAL EXPRESSION.JAIL IS FOR THE BIRDS AND DONT LET NOBODY TELL YOU DIFFERENT.THE REAL GANGSTERS ARE FREE AND DONT GET CAUGHT UP IN THE BULLSHIT.IVE PUT PAIN IN FOR TO MANY YEARS TO LET YOU NIGGAS TRICK ME.98 DAYS ON PAROLE LEFT I WISH YOU NIGGAS THE BEST.UNTIL THEN ILL REMAIN HUMBLE WHILE DRAGGING MY KNUCKLES THE APE WAY 🦍I HOPE THAT DONT GO OVER YALL HEADS 😏 #MYYEAR2❌18 #ICANFEELIT😤 #LINKINMYBIO #SETTRIPPIN!!
Recently, footage surfaced of Tekashi publicly blasting Casanova during a live concert.
In early January, tensions have appeared to only rise between Casa and Tekashi.
There were unverified rumors earlier this week that some people affiliated with Tekashi tried to rob Casanova, which was fueled further after a video surfaced of Casanova facing off with a group of guys dressed in red. Casanova also released a video called “Set Trippin,” which many believed was a diss track aimed at Tekashi. Many felt the line “If you want smoke ain’t nothing we gotta speak ’bout/See you with that red flag on what that be bout?” was aimed specifically at Tekashi. (VLAD TV)