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Tuesday
Jan082013

NEWS: Meek Mill (@MeekMill) [Maybach Music] & Shyne Exchange Words Via Twitter?

Through his beef with Cassidy, it appears that Philadelphia spitter Meek Mill has found himself in a feud with yet another artist. Earlier in the week, the Philly emcee exchanged words with fellow rapper Shyne on Twitter after Shyne allegedly praised Cassidy’s record “R.A.I.D.” 

"Ayo @OriginalShyne I see u hate all the young niggas that's out here getting! I can't respect ya for that…A @OriginalShyne talkin about shout out 2 a nigga that's no good in the hood..I'm in my hood right now..iced out foreign whips..That's not G,” said Meek Mill in two separate Tweets made on January 6.

Shyne quickly responded to the comments Meek made via Twitter by calling out the rapper’s ties with Rick Ross who he compared to former undercover FBI agent Donnie Brasco and Ice T’s character from New Jack City.

“@MeekMill Your great wit the raps! You in the streets, ok! But your boss is Donnie Brasco! Ice T from new jack city! How u justify that,” Shyne questioned on Twitter.

After a series of exchanges, the online squabble between the two rappers seemed to settle down with Shyne saluting Meek as a “street general living by the rules of honor & integrity.”

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