Cassidy disses Tory Lanez on 'Perjury' but Internet calls track 'unimpressive'

Cassidy openly dragged Tory Lanez on Instagram, accusing him of stealing his flow and lyrics and he then released 'Perjury'


                            Cassidy disses Tory Lanez on 'Perjury' but Internet calls track 'unimpressive'
Cassidy dissed Tory Lanez (Andrew H Walker/Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

Legendary freestyler and battle rapper Cassidy called out Tory Lanez for stealing his flow and bars with the help of his brand new diss track called ‘Perjury’. The Philadelphia rapper’s diss track comes after Lanez appeared on the radio station Hot 97 a week ago and performed a five-minute freestyle over Cassidy’s classic 'I’m a Hustla’.

Cassidy had openly dragged Lanez on Instagram after his performance at the radio station. Reverting to his claims, Tory Lanez had later revealed that he was paying homage to him and he respected the iconic rapper. Cassidy had then also shared a clip where Lanez can be seen copying his flow, reminding Lanez of his 2017 freestyle when he rapped over Nas’ ‘Oochie Wally’ beat.
 
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What did Cassidy say about Tory Lanez on 'Perjury'?

Cassidy’s four-minute long diss track ‘Perjury’ makes fun of Lanez, also poking fun at the fact that he is from Canada. “Canada got free healthcare you gonna need some / Its stolen bars in all the records that he done / None of his s**t is original, s**t pitiful / I was selling records before the game went digital.” The 39-year-old rapper also mentions Lanez’s name clearly on the track while rapping, “You ain't never use a razor to shave a brick and use a priwreck to use it strength and make it flip/ And how you clap at the hot girls favorite chick/ Tory when i heard that story that s**t made me sick/ My lazy crazy s**t, And i been cute my whole life i look nice in my baby pics/ I’m not a baby bi**h i was born in 82 and knew what i was here for that’s 86.”
 
Speaking in an interview with HipHopUncensoredPodcast on Instagram, the ‘Hotel’ hitmaker had addressed the issue saying that he felt disrespected. “I feel disrespected that he feel like just because he (an) artist with some songs out, that him rappin’ to my beat is like, I should feel privileged.” He added, “Like I should feel like he doin’ something for me, like I should feel grateful. F**k outta here. (N-word) been rappin’ to my beats. I been doin’ this s**t way before you came around. I don’t give a f**k about you rappin’ to my beat… Pay homage for real, (N-word). Pay homage for real.”



 



 

‘Tory Lanez will eat him alive,’ says Twitter

Hip-hop fans logged into Twitter to talk about Cassidy dropping bombs on his latest diss track. While a few supported the hip-hop veteran, others made fun of him for the same. One fan said, “We can’t wait until @torylanez reply back to Cassidy.. This should be interesting.” Another posted, “That #Cassidy diss song was unimpressive, so I hope #ToryLanez responds lol it’s gonna be a long night for someone. Where’s Don Q & Joyner Lucas again? Oh..ok!!!” The next person tweeted, “Pretty sure tory lanez can hang with cassidy in a diss battle.”
 
Meanwhile, another stated, “Man somebody tell Cassidy to stop dissing Tory Lanez.” And, one individual asserted, “I respect cassidy but tory lanez bout to lyrically destroy this man wen he come back wit his rebuttal.” One fan said, “My prayers and thoughts go to Tory Lanez if he responds to Cassidy. This is going to be interesting to see though lol.” Another user said, “Let’s be honest. The degenerative idiot known as Tory Lanez never has and never will have anything on Cassidy. “Perjury “ is a testament to that.” While one concluded, “Cassidy no longer has the witty punchlines. He once had. Tory Lanez will eat him alive.”



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 

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