Safaree is the latest to sound off on the "Who Run It" beat.
Safaree Samuels is the whodunit of rap miscasts. Home bound for years, Safaree is now teasing us with his potential as a recording artist. Rumors that he ghostwrote Nicki Minaj's most scathing verses are a thing of the past. His last single "Hunnid" does nothing to support that argument, and he denied any involvement in her writing process, for the record.
Never the less, his pleas for attention have garnered him a semblance of respect, from an entertainer's perspective. Yesterday night, Safaree jumped on Instagram to record himself going over the "Who Run It" instrumental, in the latest installment of the ongoing challenge,
The challenge even caused the Three Six Mafia legends who penned the original to come out for a second round, though it was never required of them. They are far removed from seeking our validation.
Safaree begins by suggesting his fame is attracting tons of evil doers. As a result of this, he calls upon the metaphysical supposition of Karma to do his bidding. The entire freestyle essentially sums up his eventful run of late, for those waking out of a coma. He brags about his Breakfast Club interview and several of his club appearances, among the many giddy moments.
If not for the superficial nature of his claims, you might even rate his bars. At worst, someone unfamiliar with the English language will find his flow pleasing to the ear. What say you?