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Ca$his releases Benzino diss called “Femzino”




Former Shady Records soldier Ca$his drops “Femzino,” produced by Rikanatti, a diss-track aimed at Benzino after the former co-owner of The Source magazine namedropped him in his recent Eminem diss record “Rap Elvis.”

In “Rap Elvis,” Benzino raps: “Okay, you found 50, and you put on five Detroit ni–as / Rest in peace to the best one, the rest of them sound iffy / So let’s go down your stable (Okay) / Gunn left your label (Uh huh) / Benny left your label (That’s right) / Con’ left your label (Ah) / Royce left your label, Joe Budden left your label (Damn), Ortiz left your label, know Crooked I couldn’t save you (Nah), Yelawolf been out here floppin’ and where the hell Ca$his at though? (Where he at?) Heard from Obie Trice only twice and not a word from Stat Quo (Not a word) With all them false lines that you pitched them / Shady Records sound like less of a name and more like a description (Stop it).

Ca$his replied ‘Zino on Instagram, sharing a snippet of his and Eminem song 2007 song “Pistol Popin”. In the caption, he wrote: “Tell that little goofy man I’m on my way since he wanna know where I’m at..,” teasing a diss-track.

The song is now premiered exclusively on our channel. In the song, name-drops Benzino’s daughter Coi Leray with the following lines: “Sorry Coi, but your dad is f–king a ni–a,” claiming that Benzino is gay. He also namedropped Charlamagne Tha God: “F–k you over and let Charlamagne play that s–t.” The beat samples “War With God,” by Ludacris, a diss record to T.I.. You can bump the disstrack below!