Meek Mill replies to Cassidy’s diss on Me, Myself and iPhone with a song of his own produced by Jahlil beats.
The back and forth continues on Twitter. Check Cassidy’s reaction below.
We got u back popping now make a single and tell ya new label send da check 2 me for good marketing!
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) December 27, 2012
Where’s the funeral?He expected to kill me wit that bullshit!5 min song!Not 1 quotable bar!They need to repo his rap book.. Lol
— DA HUSTLA (@CASSIDY_LARSINY) December 27, 2012
Pusha T uses his feature on Luda’s “Tell Me What They Mad For” to diss Birdman and Lil Wayne.
A snippet of this song previously leaked but the full version has now appeared on Tapemaster Inc’s, Slight Work 5. Take a listen to the full song after the jump.
The ongoing shots between Cassidy and Meek Mill continue as Cass drops this new joint called Me Myself and iPhone.
The Game sits down with Big Boy on Power 106 to talk about where his beef with Shyne originated. He also does a funny impersonation of Shyne.
50 Cent is a handful. During an interview with Big Boy’s Neighborhood, he continued talking about his back-and-forth with French Montana. Curtis told Big Boy about the time he beefed with Khaled & Ross. Since both guys where relatively new at the time, 50 needed some info’. That’s when 50 got French Montana to spy on Dj Khaled. According to 50, French got footage of Dj Khaled’s mom, and found out where she lived, where she worked, and information on Khaled’s studios.
Moving on, 50 talked about how he picks singles, competing against his own work, Dr. Dre guiding his music, the confusion behind “New Day,” dissing Game on “My Life,” and Young Buck killing his own career. All that after the break.
Game appeared on Big Boys Power 106 radio show where he responded to 50 Cents diss in “My Life”.
French Montana called up Dj Drama and spoke about his new single, “Marble Floors,” album push backs, and his upcoming mixtape with Future. So far French and Future are 10 songs deep into Medusa. Expect that soon.
During the interview, French also threw a jab at 50 by calling him a “donkey.” Then when speaking about his twitter back-and-forth with Fif’, French said that that’s “what people do when they’re cold.” But French reiterated that the beef isn’t serious.
Now it’s official. Pusha-T was talking about Lil Wayne on Alley Boy’s “Your Favorite Rapper.” Push rapped, “Your favorite rapper’s a damn lie/ You can double check this record that I stand by/ How real is he if he been paying for his blood ties/ He blood in, he blood out, at a blood drive.”
Push’ dropped the confession while talking to Booska-P out in France. “Yeah, yeah, it was,” he admitted when asked if “Your Favorite Rapper” was a shot at Wayne. But Pusha-T says that it’s more than a diss. It’s just good music. “I think Alley Boy’s verse on ‘Your Favorite Rapper is a damn lie’ is one of the best verses ever,” he said.
Aside from that, Pusha-T talked about working with Pharrell and Kanye, rewriting his verses for Yeezy, his verse on “I Don’t Like,” and more.
Shyne responds to Game’s “Cough Up A Lung” with a diss record of his own. Moses Michael Levi insults Game’s reputation in front of a Harley-Davidson store in Paris.
If you remember, this all started when Shyne called Kendrick’s Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City “trash.” Game then stepped in and hit Shyne with one of his own disses. Now we have this. Who’s wining?
YouTube video for international readers after the break.
50 Cent’s beef with Floyd Mayweather has had the internet talking, especially when Fif’ decided to leave The Money Team. The departure might’ve been real, but the beef is fake, says 50. Curtis went on twitter early this morning and revealed that the beef with Floyd was staged by Floyd to get attention after getting out of jail. Even so, “Floyd is like a brother to me,” tweets 50.
I’m sick of all this nonsense Floyd asked me to act like were fighting cause no one was paying any attention after his 60 days.#SMSaudio
— 50cent (@50cent) November 5, 2012