Earlier this week, Safaree Samuels stirred up trouble when he released a diss track aimed at Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill called “Lifeline” and claimed that he was Minaj’s ghostwriter. Of course, Samuels’ diss record got overshadowed by Meek’s beef with Drake. But now Samuels is taking shots again and this time he’s asserting again that he wrote Minaj’s raps.
In a video interview with TMZ photographers at LAX, Meek spoke about his “Lifeline” record and when he was asked why he thinks Meek hasn’t responded to the diss, Samuels took the opportunity to bash the two again.
“I don’t know but I think they both need to get off my d—,” Samuels said. “Just know I’m not staying quiet anymore.”
“You would think that n—as on a world tour would got way better s— to do than worry about little old Stuntman,” Samuels added.
Samuels than addressed Minaj’s recent Pinkprint rant, in which she bashed Samuels for saying he’s her ghostwriter. “A b—- a— n—- can’t write my raps. You know why? You don’t have the heart or the mind frame or the motherf—— intellect b—- n—-,” Minaj yelled to the Brooklyn, New York, crowd.
“It’s cool ‘cause you get hype and say s— in front of a crowd and nobody knows better, but now people are gonna know better,” Samuels said, before claiming, once again, that he wrote Minaj’s rhymes for her album.
“One hundred percent. Every time you say something, I’m saying something back. So cut that stupid s— out. All I know is, get off my d—, the both of y’all,” Samuels said.
Well, we already know how Minaj feels about Samuels and his allegations, but with Meek wrapped up in his beef with Drake and struggling to put out a diss record strong enough to help his career survive the beef, we doubt he’ll devote much time to responding to Samuels.