In his battle with Meek Mill, Cassidy has maintained that it’s all about the rapping, and he does not consider it personal, saying he wants the battle to happen for the better of rap.  A video recently emerged of Cass in North Carolina alongside a member of the Gangster Disciples, and things got personal as the GD member hurled threats and MMG, and specifically called out Meek.   Cassidy touched on his beef with his fellow Philly rapper saying he was proving he’s the better lyricist, and he also talks about reuniting with Swizz Beatz.

After offending members of Gangster Disciples, a Rick Ross Maybach Music Tour show in North Carolina was apparently cancelled due to threats of gang violence, and subsequently the last half of the tour.  Although Rozay says it was not due to the issues with Larry Hoover’s squad, GD member Shorty Mac was with Cassidy and called out MMG.  “North Carolina, GD, stand up.  MBK, Maybach Killa.  Bang bang, Folk Gang! Anywhere in North Carolina, we on yo' ass.  We pushin' up on yo' bumper, my nigga.  Cassidy good, bring yo' ass through here watch what happen to you,” alluding to the cancelled shows adds Shorty Mac adds, “Cancel the rest of your tour, it's all good, bring your ass through here.”  At the end of the interview he echoes what other GD members have said on video to Ross, “cut the check, Maybach Killa, cut the fucking check,” which is a reference to Gangster Disciples claiming Rozay owes Hoover money for using his name on tape.

Talking about his beef with Meek, The Hustla says the young rapper let money get to his head, and then had to defend himself when he was challenged as a rapper, “Him getting with another team, getting a little bit of paper. That shit be going to young niggas heads...I don't have a problem with that part, but when he started disrespecting me saying I wasn't a lyricist.”

Cass also revealed who he’s working with on upcoming projects, and says that him and Swizz are reuniting to produce music, after a rocky business relationship in the past, “Me and Swizz about to get back in the studio... The separation between me and Swizz was...I was young gettin’ money hot headed straight from the street so I used to act like that all the time Swizz got a lot going for himself The Philly rapper says he has changed and matured, and now the two are ready to work together again, “I’m in a different state of mind. I got kids of my own, I got family, I’m in a whole different bag right now so the fact that I’m a different person, he gon be able to understand that and we gon be able to get back together and make music.”

Check out the full interview below as the GD member threatens MMG, and Cassidy sits by in approval. 

[Via MTV]