New York rapper Safaree Samuels has lived up to the hype by releasing his rumored “Lifeline” Meek Mill diss track to the masses early Tuesday (July 28).
The new track takes aim at Meek but also reserves a few bars for ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj.
“You dream about Drake numbers in your nightmares,” Safaree raps. “But y’all hating on me and my little career/No matter what you buy I’ll be right there/I’m in the back of her mind like a new n*gga/I’m everywhere, TMZ making news/I left and I don’t want it back, the proof is right there/Thank god I’m free my n*gga, sh*t felt like a light year/You got a botched face n*gga – this n*gga bent outta shape with a gorilla face/My bars on ‘The Pinkprint’ no one will ever match/ My d*ck- print little n*gga you could never match.” (“Lifeline”)
Safaree teased fans with a social media post about “Lifeline” over the weekend.
Last week, Safaree allegedly addressed a twerking diss Meek fired at him.
Sources close to Safaree tell TMZ … he has no problem with anyone who is gay, it’s just not HIS thing. We’re told the video is from a Jamaican dance battle Samuels did when he was 17 — and he thinks Meek should be less concerned with his moves … and more concerned about Nicki. According to our sources, Safaree says Minaj still reaches out to him from time to time. (TMZ)
Meek initially went after Safaree on Twitter last Tuesday (July 22).