The MMG rhymeslinger took to his Twitter account earlier today (June 8) and voiced his opinion that his video for “Live At Blossom” was the best clip to drop this week, not G.O.O.D. Music’s “Mercy” or Hit-Boy’s “Jay-Z Interview.”
“I’m tired of holding myself back, I dropped the Best video that came out this week and y’all worried about Mercy or a Jay-Z interview,” Stalley tweeted to the masses. “I’m disinterested in Mass Media. People say i’m mad, but i’m not this fake person who is always happy and Humble. I’m a Savage. I put everything in my music and i’m really sick of being overlooked. I put out the best two mixtapes in the last two years. No Hype around them, just good music.
“I’m not hating on any one artist or anyone’s music,” he continued.
But that’s not how others felt.
New Orleans producer/rapper Chase N. Cashe took to Twitter to respond and defend his friend, Hit-Boy.
“@Stalley It was a bunch of niggas drop videos this year my dawg,” he tweeted. “You around big names as well just do you and focus up. It’s simple. Hit-Boy is the wrong nigga for people to hate on cuz all that nigga do is show love and keep positive energy around.”
Hit-Boy didn’t take Stalley’s mention negatively, though.
“Stalley just text’d me,” said the producer of Jay-Z and Kanye West’s ‘Ni**as in Paris’ who is trying is hand at rapping. “Chase always stands up for me when someone speaks but i didn’t even take the tweet the way everyone else did.”
Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music family dropped the video to “Mercy” on Wednesday, before Hit-Boy made his rapping debut with his “Jay-Z Interview” clip and Stalley debuted “Live at Blossom” on Thursday.—Jakinder Singh