Cyssero was once referred to as the “Protégé of the Game” when he was with Black Wall Street Street, but the Philadelphia rapper decided to get a few things off of his chest in a new diss track titled “The Ghost Behind the Pen.”
Cy says the business end of things weren’t right with Game and claims to have ghostwritten 30 bars for the Compton rapper’s “92 Bars” diss track aimed at Meek Mill.
“I heard Game dissed Meek with 92 Bars /Yeah, I know, 30 was mine / We was supposed to be Meek and Ross way before Ross and Meek / Instead control, alt, delete got me in an awkward beef / with my own city, sent me right back to them heartless streets /Set back for a small defeat, had me nauseous weak / Success is hard to keep, you did me dirty you slime / You got me confused with a lame one / It’s more where that story came from,” he raps.
Meek Mill, Quilly and Reed Dollaz were also in Cyssero’s line of fire. Peep game up top.