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Cassidy and Meek Mill have been engaged in a war on wax, but it seems to be escalating to gangbanging struggle now. A video has surfaced showcasing the “I’m A Hustler” rapper flanked by Gangster Disciple gang members in North Carolina, shooting a warning to Maybach Music Group artists to stay out of the state. 

Yes, this really happened.

Sitting with Big Tyme TV, Cassidy stopped through Flashbacks Sports Lounge in Raleigh although he wasn’t slated to perform. While on camera, gang member Shorty Mac was direct in his threats toward MMG with Cassidy egging him on.

“Bang bang, Folk Gang! Anywhere in North Carolina, we on yo’ @ss,” said Mac. “We pushin’ up on yo’ bumper, my ni–a.  Cassidy good, bring yo’ @ss through here watch what happen to you.  Cancel the rest of your tour, it’s all good, bring your @ss through here.”

Cassidy touched on the Meek Mill situation as well. “He [Meek Mill] jumped out of line trying to come at me. We from the same city but he violated so I had to answer back with that joint called ‘Raid,'” said Cassidy. He then spoke on how the beef actually got started.

“Him getting with another team, getting a little bit of paper. That sh-t be going to young ni–as heads,” explained Cassidy. “Ni–as who ain’t never had nothing and then they get a bunch of sh-t, they don’t know how to deal with it. I don’t have a problem with that part, but when he started disrespecting me saying I wasn’t a lyricist I was like ‘I’m a show this ni–a what I really do.’”

Check out the entire video interview below.

Photo: YouTube