Hieroglyphics’ Casual Disses Eminem in ‘Rap God’ Freestyle
See, the Oakland native already released a track called '#RapGod' on his similarly-titled 2011 album, 'HE Think He #RapGod.' So when he saw Marshall Mathers steal the title (and deservedly so, we might add) on his new single, Casual decided to jump on the same beat and deliver a six-minute rebuttal.
Displaying equally speedy flows in flashes, the Hieroglyhpics member calls Slim Shady a "fraud" and claims that "ya whole career you on some devilish s--t," before rehashing his well-documented beef with Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon.
"This emotional p---y-whipped poet know I’m not a liar cause / You ain’t spit fire since Nick took Mariah / "Give her back boy!" She with a black boy / Hat to the back with a gat, boy / Them Sissy Bars, like the back rest on a Fatboy," he raps.
Despite landing plenty of lyrical jabs, Casual assures there's no real malice towards Eminem in his 'Rap God' response. In a press release, he explained that 'He Still Think He #RapGod' serves to simply remind the world that "Casual is The True And Living #Rapgod."
There are many Rapgods but I am #Rapgod, The Divine Manifestation, The Supreme Incarnation Of Lyrical Divinity. #Rapgod in the flesh. A True And Living #Rapgod. It's about receiving your deification and your veneration before your expiration. The Council Of The Rapgods was informed that Eminem was self-declared to be amongst the ranks of the Rapgods, rightfully so might I add...except Casual is The True And Living #Rapgod, afterwhich it has been canonized by The Highest Hierarchy Of Angels, by The Neteru, by The Highest Hip Hop Dignitaries and Rap Seminarians, that others shall go the entire professional duration and not be adorned with this Holy Epithet.