Shots fired. But, at who?
In his latest set of visuals, Brooklyn's Casanova is firing a few warning shots to a victim most specualte to be none other than Tekashi69 (6ix9ine), whose recent rise to stardom by way of his controversy from within and outside of the booth has ruffled a few feathers.
This weekend, Casanova debuted the new clip accompanying the previously-released "Set Trippin" track in which the Flatbush emcee rips, "Punch you in your face, motherf*cker, I knick your teeth out / Every time I come through, n*gga, I got my heat out / If you want smoke, ain't nothing we gotta speak 'bout / See you with that red flag on, what that be 'bout?"
Speculation is centered around this track being in response to 6ix9ine's interesting visual concepts for tracks such as his "Kooda" and "GUMMO" in which he brings together images and representations of the rival Blood and Crip gangs, to some dismay.
Odds are, though, that this is a "beef" that was dead before it ever started. Sound off with your thoughts on the track below.