During his on-going feud with Meek Mill, Cassidy has maintained that he is not doing it for promotion. He has also maintained that he doesn't have any street issues with Meek. During his most recent interview, this one with Glocawear Radio, Cassidy shared that he has no plans to continue dissing Meek but also revealed that he's working with a pastor who has been at odds with Mill.
"If he don't answer back or say nothin' else or influence me to keep goin' at him, I'ma just do what I do," he shared. "I got a lot of projects I'm workin' on, my next album, my next mixtape. I got a lot of music that's about to drop so I can stick to that but who knows what he gon' do."
And before the interview continued, Cass added that he's working with Pastor Jomo K. Johnson, a pastor who has argued with Meek Mill over his song "Amen." He also talked about his upcoming biography.
"There's a reverend that went through it with Meek too in the city...Pastor Johnson. We about to get together and put together a few songs too, an EP for a charity in Philadelphia. All the proceeds gon' go towards charity. I'm about to put together my biography. It'll be done in another two months to drop a book, a biography on my life to lead people in the right direction. I'm about to get back into movies heavy."
Another rapper Meek has been at odds with is AR-Ab. While discussing this feud, Cass said he wanted to speak on some of the allegations that have been made against him.
"One of the things I definitely want to clear up is that they said I need to claim a rape case. When I was 16, there was a chick we was training everyday from my school. Me and all my homies was messin' with her, trainin' her all the time. She came straight from school, came to our way. We had her for a long period of time and took her home probably at like 10 o'clock at night. She probably got in trouble with her mom and said we raped her. But her mom found out that she was dealin' with us and sent a statement in, saying that she don't want to press charges and she don't want to go no further. But because Philly a commonwealth state, the state picked it up anyway. The way I was able to beat the case was because we made it into a porno. We had it on tape. They was able to see how it was goin' down...That's how I was able to beat the case."
More from the interview can be seen below.