A week after Cassidy called him out for stealing his flow, Tory has responded on his “When It’s Dark” freestyle off his NFT album of the same name.
“I leave Cass body in that casket his career is in / My prime to your prime, dawg, it’s no comparison,” raps Tory on his scathing verse. “What you gon’ prepare, some Smack DVD appearances / Ding, ding, ding, 15 seconds of fame is up / Was in them hotels with R. Kelly, we should flame you up.”
Earlier this month, Cassidy unleashed his diss track “Perjury” on which he accused Tory of jacking his flow.
“You keep stealin’ all the bars you write / F**k all the hype / You been a bitch all your life / But a shoot a chick quick like Eddie in Harlem Nights,” raps the Philly MC. “Canada got free healthcare, you gon’ need some / It’s stolen bars in all the records that he’s done / None of his shit is original, shit pitiful / I was selling records ‘fore the game went digital.”
Cassidy’s diss was released following Tory’s freestyle for Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex, where he rapped over Cassidy’s 2005 hit “I’m a Hustla.”
Speaking with the “Hip-Hop Uncensored Podcast,” Cassidy opened up about his beef with the Toronto rapper.
“He wasn’t even following me on social media and I felt a little upset that a ni**a could be following me his whole career—even the facial expressions, the hand movements he making, the bars that he be using,” he said. “You could tell that he following me but you not even following me on social media. I just felt a little disrespected. I understand that he a fan. I know I’m his favorite rapper.”
Added Cassidy, “I been doin’ this shit way before you came around. I don’t give a f**k about you rappin’ to my beat. Either break bread or pay homage for real, ni**a. Pay homage and let ni**as know I’m the reason why you sound and rap like that.”