Over the past few weeks, tensions between Meek Mill and Cassidy have been brewing, culminating in what many believed was a diss track issued by Cassidy. Now, in a recent interview with Power 105.1 via HipHop-N-More, Cass renounces dissing his fellow Philly emcee.

Cassidy explained that his most recent song “The Diary Of A Hustla” is not actually a diss against the MMG emcee. Although he didn’t deny having issues with the Philadelphia upstart, Cassidy said that he recorded the song hours prior to their feud on Twitter.

“[Meek] definitely don’t [want a battle with me],” he said. “That wasn’t a diss record – I was messing around with the beats, I got my MP back, I was banging out and just put something together. But I just put it out a couple hours after we went through that Twitter situation, so everybody called it a Meek diss. It wasn’t; it just was a record to give the streets some bars. If I do a diss record, it’s gonna be on the ether level, if not worse. It’s gonna be direct, you gonna know it’s a diss record – you gonna know who I’m talking about.”

Check out the full interview below.

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