Cassidy denies aiming his latest track at fellow Philadelphia emcee Meek Mill.

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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