After befing with Cassidy for numerous weeks now, it seems that Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill is starting to let go of his feud with the Philly MC who once referred to their lyrical exchanges as being “good for Hip Hop.”
While speaking with HipHopSince1987, Meek said that it’s no longer pleasing releasing diss records targeted at Cassidy and that at this stage he feels the rapper is simply trying to gain from their quarrel.
“If we [release] diss records and whatever and after your diss record the next day you gotta try and drop a new song and you try to benefit off me that’s when it becomes not a game anymore,” Meek Mill explained. “You ain’t benefitting off of me. That little shit, your interviews, that go in four or 50 days…So when it becomes that it ain’t fun no more to me. It’s a nigga trying to steal from me basically.”
After affirming that he would no longer address his beef with Cassidy in interviews, Meek Mill discussed Ar-Ab’s recent comments on Cassidy and made known that Cassidy is no longer welcomed in the city of Philadelphia.
“He can’t come back to the city really,” said Meek. “Last five times he been back to the city he was back here with me or either Ar-Ab. He ain’t addressed everything Ar-Ab said in none of his raps because he won’t address it, he scared to address it. He won’t dare address that. And Ar-Ab ain’t saying nothing new he been saying shit like this. He only saying it because of the camera.”
In the duration of their feud both Meek Mill and Cassidy have dropped a handful of diss records including “Raid,” “Me, Myself & iPhone,” and “Repo.”