In a new interview, rapper Cassidy has explained why he’d never want to go head to head in a battle against Meek Mill.
Speaking to Vlad TV, Cassidy said: “Salute to Meek, but, he ain’t battle rap. Like, maybe he battled back in the day to try to get on, like to try to get people familiar with what he do. There’s a bunch of people that did that. But still, they wouldn’t consider themselves battle rappers.”
He continued: “Maybe that’s the cloth he was cut from back then, but it’s been so much time, and him doing other shit, and on music, and then a different bag, that I’m not even sure if he’s interested in battle rapping. … We kinda already had our own little battle, but I’m not interested in battling nobody. Long as the business is right, they could pick whoever I battle.”
Meanwhile, earlier this year, Meek Mill was forced to issue an apology after a clip was posted online that showed him rapping explicit lyrics while walking around Ghana’s Jubille House in Accra, the country’s presidential residence.
The rapper subsequently removed the clip and is putting together a new version of the music video. Meek also issued an apology via Twitter, in which he wrote: “To the people of Ghana, no video I drop is ever meant to disrespect the people of Ghana.”
The message continued: “The fastest way to make connection is thru music and I wanted to do that with displaying art … im in my 30’s from America and didn’t know much about the lifestyle here.”
Watch Cassidy’s interview with Vlad TV below.