You know what must suck? Coming out of a relationship with your ex-partner, only to watch that person flaunt their new relationship in the public eye. We’ve all had it happen to us, and while some of us would understandably feel rather despondent about it others would simply pick themselves up, dust themselves off and move on with their lives. Then there are people like Ray J, who are more inclined to tell their ex’ new flame “I hit it first.”
Safaree clarly falls into that latter category as well. Pretty much known as being in a relationship with Nicki Minaj for many years (and thus being privy to some of the finer things in life. I’m not saying that Nicki was his sugar daddy, but I’m not not saying that Nicki was his sugar daddy), Safaree hasn’t taken too kindly to Meek Mill having a very public relationship with his former love… despite the fact that he’s now in a relationship of his own with aspiring model/actress Zashia Monique Santiago:
(She recently guested in a few episodes of HBO’s new series Ballers, which stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.)
Anyways, with Meek Mill (and Funk Flex, by extension) failing on his vow to deliver his response to Drake’s “Charged Up,” Safaree has decided to throw his hat into the ring and unleash his own diss track toward the Philly firecracker, “Lifeline.” The song is full of
struggle the usual assortment of jabs and low blows toward the couple, including the continued accusations that Safaree was actually Nicki’s ghostwriter (how’s that for a plot twist?) and that Saf was a proponent of the “No Pull Out” method while with Nicki (yikes!).
The irony that he says he “doesn’t care about the two of them” at the end of a diss song that’s about the two of them.
Either way, after failing to come through on their promise last night both Funk Flex and Meek were dragged online by the reliable Internets…
… and none of this seems to be ending anytime soon. Can the NFL season start already?