Cabin fever can express itself in many different ways. For Young Chop, it's led him to try and expose a few notable artists for not living the lives they rap about.
During a recent Instagram Live session with Gillie Da King, host of the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast, Chop recalled a few situations where he claims to have seen rappers like Meek Mill, 21 Savage and French Montana acting "scary."
According to Chop, who's most known for pioneering the Chicago drill scene alongside Chief Keef, he was with Lil Durk one time when they dropped in on a studio session where Meek Mill was recording with 21 Savage.
Laughing, Chop claims that when Meek and 21 saw he had a gun on him, they got scared. The latter made quick moves out of the studio not long after.
In response to Gillie asking him to confirm that 21 Savage was the one who bailed, Chop says, "They had the Bentley trucks outside, them motherfuckers skirted off." Not only did 21 leave, Chop claims, but he was standing quietly behind Meek Mill the whole time they were together.
Gillie, who's originally from Philadelphia, took offense to the idea that Meek was shook. He's been tight with M&M, as Gillie calls him, since the rapper was 18 years old and doesn't believe the sight of a gun would make him quiver. "Tell Billboard Studio to run that footage back," Chop countered.
Diverging for a second, Chop also says that he tried to convince Meek to make a song with Chicago artist Polo G before he blew up with his summer smash, "Pop Out (feat. Lil Tjay)," but Meek didn't follow through.
Later, Chop comes back around to the subject of "scary n****s" and leaves Gillie speechless by adding Cassidy, Lil Wayne and French Montana to the discussion.
These bold comments didn't sit well with Meek, who's been featured on two songs with Chop credited as a producer. He hopped on Twitter on Wednesday to briefly address the clip while claiming that Chop is dealing with mental issues.
French Montana responded in a similar fashion, advising Chop to "go back to the madhouse." 😳