Did Meek Mill Steal Chicago Rapper Prince Eazy’s Signature Flow?

A Chicago rapper is taking a stance after purporting Maybach Music Group rapper Meek Mill stole his rapping style.
Eazy elaborated on the circumstances surrounding his growing beef with the Philly native in a video interview.
“Chicago hot right now, you a f*****g fool to think these n****s is not watching our music, taking sh*t cause we ain’t on,” he said.
Eazy backed up these claims with a line uttered by Rick Ross in Jay-Z’s “F*ck With Me You Know I Got It.”


“The way I rapped on ‘Cash Only’ with Chief Keef…that’s my shit. With any technique, if it’s basketball, whatever, when you come up with a style and a n***a take yo shit, you gone feel some type of way,” he said.

Prince Eazy collaborated with Munnie and Sosa for the viral music video that was posted online on April 15, 2012 and has over 250,000 views.

Eazy challenged anyone to bring forth footage showing Meek Mill being original with his style.
“If u think @meekmill been rapping with a highpitch voice since 16 upload the footage i wanna see it lmao #dickriders,” he wrote.

Footage posted online nearly four years ago provides proof of Eazy’s claims that he is the originator of his lyrical delivery and style.

Prince Eazy has since been on a mission to use his bars and witty wordplay to go after Meek.
Eazy gave Meek a verbal lashing in “Dream Killer,” his “Dreams and Nightmares” diss track.

He passionately slammed Meek, purporting the Maybach rapper bit his style after viewing his “Cash Only” music video.
“Remember me! When you was on YouTube watching that n***A Keef!?/Heard me and Sosa song and start to mimic me!/So he high pitched fast flow and he doing me/My nigga doing me/F**k you gon say you ain’t know/That s**t a be a joke,” he raps.

Eazy “aint catching no p****y like Pepe Le Pew” in his “Versace” Remix.
Eazy again rips Meek a new one, rapping, “Versace, Versace, I catch Robert Williams, I’m catching a body/For stealing my style and running with it, boy you know that you copied/He sacrifice Snupe, so he can cash out and cop a Bugatti/So it’s plain to see Meek officially joined Illuminati/Just give me a Molly, I spray his ass down like Mr. Miyagi/Shoot Meek in the face with the 50 and shotty.”
Eazy remixed Meek’s “Burn” to murk the track with his brand of tenacious lyricism.
Prince Eazy hits the track first repping his South Side neighborhood, rapping, “Englewood transit/ Chiraq, Killanoize/I ain’t with the talking motherf*cking you can kill the noise/Before I pick that mac up, bullets rip your back up/These hollow tips up in my clip, this shit a flip a mack truck.”
Eazy goes on to the up the ante on the track, rapping, “L’s up for them hitters, my young n****s gon get em/We follow n****s like Twitter and come through their window like Vista!”
In the visual, Prince took a diss tactic out of 50 Cent’s book after having a child actor play with a doll version of Meek Mill. The doll is even wearing a fake Maybach chain. Wording on the doll’s packaging reads, “Meek The Copy Cat.” Prince then proceeds to throw the doll in the trash.

Many Hip Hop heads would find this scene reminiscent of 50 Cent’s “Wanksta” music video where the Jamaica Queens rapper’s son is seen playing with a doll version of Ja Rule. Fif, too, throws away the doll at the conclusion of the video.

Eazy commented on Twitter he is not beefing with Meek Mill and will not base his career off of the “Levels” rapper.
“Ain’t no beef with me & @MeekMill I felt like he took my flow so I dissed em other than that I’m not fenna base my career on dissin him #Rns,” he said.

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