Tuesday, January 8, 2013

The Truth With Elliott Wilson: Should Meek Mill Respond To Cassidy? [Video]

Ummm, YN, I'm going to have to disagree...

Yes, right now Meek has more to lose.

Yes, Split Personality dropped in 2004. And went GOLD fast, might I add. Meek? Ok, I get it, different era in music.

However, I'm not sure that Meek should respond. But I am almost positive, Cassidy isn't doing this to "help resurrect his career." Cassidy is a BATTLE RAPPER. One who relishes the opportunity to lyrically embarrass another emcee, because that's what he's good at. If anything, Meek shouldn't respond, because he does have more to lose and he will if he keeps this up.

And yo, I don't want to hear any Jay-Z-like, subliminal bars from Meek or MMG. If you're going to go, GO. If not, don't. And while I'm on my MMG soapbox, Elliot, what happened to you? The old Elliot Wilson would've appreciated a good battle. The new YN might be content on collecting MMG checks? I don't know...

After withstanding a 10-minute lyrical assault attacking his character, should Meek Mill respond to Cassidy? Elliott Wilson weighs the debate and delivers his verdict on this episode of The Truth.

Previous Episodes:

The Truth #1 Are Vet MCs Trying Too Hard?

The Truth #2 Are Public Feuds Hurting Hip-Hop?

The Truth #3 Believe The Kendrick Lamar Hype?

The Truth #4 What Makes A Classic Rap Album?

The Truth #5 Has Hip-Hop Abandoned President Obama?

The Truth #6 What's The Best Obama Tribute Song?

The Truth #7 Has Ludacris Lost His Way?

The Truth #8 Was The Rihanna 777 Tour A Success?

The Truth #9 Should Lil Wayne Retire?

The Truth #10 Is Nicki Minaj's Appeal Fading?

The Truth #11 Will Tyga's Past Hurt His Future?

The Truth #12 Who Should Win Best Rap Album Grammy?

The Truth #13 Does Trinidad James Deserve Our Attention?

The Truth #14 Does NY Hip-Hop Get Enough Support From Hot 97?

The Truth #15 Can Ma$e Come Back For Good?

The Truth #16 Will the ASAP Rocky Leak Damage His Career?

The Truth #17 The Worst Moments In Hip-Hop 2012

The Truth #18 The 10 Most Anticipated Albums of 2013


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