The battle between Meek Mill and Cassidy turned a new page when Cass dropped "Raid" over the weekend. The record was a ten-minute diss aimed at the MMG emcee. After this, Cass called in to Philadelphia's Hot 107.9 to talk about the feud and clarify his position.
"That's what I do. I rhyme," he said of the ten-minute track. "I got bars so I can go as long as I wanted to. It's not like I planned for it to be exactly ten minutes. I just planned to go in and get a lot of things off my chest so it turned out to be that amount of time. My core audience and people that love Hip Hop love when I go in like that. They don't want me to tease them with it. They want me to go in."
When asked if Mill would retaliate, he said he would advise Meek not to.
"I can't speak upon what that man gon' do but I wouldn't advise that man to try to come back," he shared. "The first record he came out with ["Me, Myself & iPhone"], he threw a few jabs but it wasn't nothin' crazy. I didn't even understand why he did it. He should've just fell back."
However, Cass was also sure to point out that there feud is not a "street beef."
"I just want everybody to know that this ain't no real street beef like people are trying to create it into. I know the media gets entertained off making it into street beef and things like that but it ain't nothing like that," he added. "I don't want people to think it's a street beef or nothing like that. I'm just competitive and I was feeling disrespected lyrically."
He continued, saying that he is not afraid of a battle.
"I've been in over 5,000 battles and I've never lost. I don't plan on losing. If you know that information, you should know not to play around with a dude like me," he said. "I'm confident in myself and he should be confident in himself. I mean, not against me. Comparing himself with me, he definitely shouldn't be confident. But he should be confident in himself. So this is just bringing excitement back in the game. I know rappers that's out with hit songs right now calling me up saying they ain't been this excited in years. So it's good for Hip Hop and I just want to keep it like that."
More from the interview can be heard below.