Here’s Why Zoocci Coke Dope Is Not Happy With Speedsta’s Recent Twitter Wars. Hip Hop producer Zoocci Coke Dope has shared his views on his collaborator DJ Speedsta being involved in Twitter wars and his name being thrown into “weird rapper things”. The popular producer had a few things to get off his chest and took to Twitter to let it all out.
Zoocci Coke Dope is gearing up to release new music with DJ Speedsta, a project that has long been in the works. The two are expected to drop a track called, Pardon My French, on Friday, August 13 2021. In a tweet, Zoocci explained that last year he told Speedsta to stop having drama around any music he is on.
Speedsta recently trended because of his latest comments about rapper Cassper Nyovest, where he called him “weak”. This is clearly not sitting well with Zoocci as he went on to say in his tweet, that now they have to drop a “beautiful song around some f*ck sh*t”.
“i TOLD SPEEDSTA TO STOP HAViNG DRAMA AROUND ANY MUSiC I’M ON LAST YEAR ALREADY. NOW WE HAVE TO DROP A BEAUTiFUL SONG AROUND SOME F*CK SH*T. YALL DONT KNOW WHOS WHO iN THE ZOO AND YOU THiNK WE ALL OPERATE FROM THE SAME CODES AND WE DONT,” he tweeted.
A tweep, asked the award-winning producer what does he do when an artist is dissing his close bro? “Do you still mix and master the song?” asked the tweep. In his response, Zoocci made it clear that his mandate in life is to take care of his family and build his own legacy and not get involved in rap politics. “I’m a mixing engineer first bro. What I look inheriting things I don’t know when I have a family to look after and a legacy to build. You want me to neglect my work and taking care of my family for rap politics when people could be friends and make up tomorrow?”
Zoocci Coke Dope has requested that his name not be added to conversions about rappers beefing. His request was directed at fans, he went on to tell them he would think that his fans know what he thinks of rappers making songs about each other but somehow he is always thrown in it. “Rappers swear at each other on songs, leave me out of it. My only worry in this whole “industry” is art,” tweeted the producer.