Following Troy Ave’s controversial interview on The Breakfast Club last week, New York rival Casanova took to social this week to mock the radio appearance.
In the caption, Casanova seemed to take issue with the fact that Troy Ave has named his upcoming street album NuPac, days after he referred to himself as “the second coming of Tupac” on The Breakfast Club.
“NEW PAC? MORE LIKE THE NEW SOULJA BOY. YOU MAKING ME SHLEEPY,” Casanova wrote.
Casanova and his friend/personality Taxstone have had issues with Troy Ave for several months, dissing him a number of times on his “Be Safe Tho” podcast and claiming he portrays an image he doesn’t live. Furthermore, Tax is behind bars in connection with the Irving Plaza shooting, which ended with Troy’s friend Banga being killed.
A few months back, both Troy and Casanova appeared to diss each other back and forth on Snapchat, though neither mentioned the other by name.