Safaree Addresses His Failed Dyckman Performance In New Song [Listen] Safaree Samuels is not a happy camper. The rapper recently made an appearance at a basketball game in Dyckman, New York, where he performed his hit song ”Hunned.” While his song has gotten positive feedback since it has been released, people who attended the game was not feeling Safaree or his song at all.
In a video shared to Instagram, people from the bleachers can be seen booing at the Queens rapper as he rapped to his song. Once Safaree realized people weren’t digging it, he stopped the show to throw a few jabs at his haters. However, that’s when things started to go a left. The crowd started to throw bottles and cans at Safaree and the rapper had to make a quick off the court before it got even uglier.
Safaree is now speaking out on the situation, but he’s addressing it in the best way that he knows how which is through his music. In his new song called “Dyckman,” Safaree shares that he only got disrespectful after they started booing at him. He also says he doesn’t understand why people would be hating on someone who’s just trying to better themselves.
In addition to his little incidents, Safaree also raps about a few other things like how he’s over his beef with Meek Mill and also reveals that he has a crush on India love. Press play above to listen to his new track