Former State Property member Oschino was expecting to get support for fellow Philadelphia rapper, Meek Mill, when his new "Appetizer 7" project was released. He didn't get it and is now throwing shots at theDreamchasers boss.
Meek has credited Oschino in the past for supporting him while he was signed with Roc-A-Fella Records, when no other Philly rappers would. That's part of O's beef with him now. Because he feels like the tables are turned and Meek isn't returning the favor.
In a video posted to his Instagram account, Oschino breaks down why this has become a point of contention.
"I dropped Appetizer 5, Appetizer 6 ... he [didn't post it on his Instagram]. I ain't have no problem with that," Oschino says. "He hit me up when his sh!t came out, like 'Damn, I'm still your young. One hand wash the other, put my sh!t up.' Ain't no big deal. I put that sh!t up, 'cause it ain't deep. I said 'Make sure when my sh!t come out you put it up.' Remind you, he's got millions of followers ... that's money."
I look at his page [and] my sh!t ain't up. I look again, his page deactivated," he continued. "So, I was talking about it on [Instagram Live]. He must have watched my page from somebody else's. I don't know what I said, but he caught feelings. He a sissy n!gga. Y'all know he a sissy n!gga. The same n!gga who got mad about Drake and Wale not putting his sh!t up. So I text him, 'You gon' put it up or not?' [Meek responded] 'Don't text my phone like I owe you. I don't owe you nothing. I ain't scared of you.' Who said you scared of me? You a f*cking coward? It ain't that deep. You ain't gotta put my sh!t up. At least I know what it is now. I ain't gotta ask you again."
Meek hasn't responded yet, but he most likely will soon.