Since his well publicized beef with Meek Mill, Cassidy has been propelled back into the public eye. Now it's on him to capitalize on his re-found "fame," and thus far some of the Philly MC's decisions have been questionable. We see you "Condom Style." You can be the judge of Cassidy's latest venture with fellow Philadelphia resident, and pastor of Open Air Church, Jomo K. Johnson.
The project will be the a rapper/pastor Hip-Hop music collaboration in the form of an EP, from which the proceeds will benefit two Philly based charities, reports HipHop-N-More.
Ironically, or not, Johnson is the very same pastor that boycotted Meek Mill, which lead to the infamous heated debate and rift, which was eventually squashed, between the two on Philly's Hot 107.9.
Additionally, the "I'm A Hustla" rapper has also partnered with GGIS Publishing to create a biography, which according to him will be an “amazing testimony of finding Christ during his incarceration, a near-fatal car accident, and a commitment to make positive change in his life.”
At the moment, Cassidy hasn't divulged a title for either body of work, but both have a release date set for March 30 of this year according to the rapper. More information is forthcoming
We're all for progressing as people and getting better with the man upstairs, so we'll limit the slander here. Just don't put out anymore tracks like "Condom Style," man.
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