During Philly’s own Meek Mills stop to Dj Funk Flex on Hot 97 in NYC Meek discussed his new album “Championships”, and how he is now on a new wave of positivity. Meek explains how he and Drake have out their differences aside.
According to Meek Mill they If you’re telling me to stop,” Flex began before Meek interjected with “One hundred percent … we kickin’ it every day on the phone. We ain’t just fake squash the beef. He did what he needed to do. He held it down.” As Meek explained, apologizing and being positive is the “new wave.”
“Drake, I apologize,” said Flex — saying later on in the interview that he’d be open to having an on-air conversation with Drake if Meek Mill lined it up.
“I don’t want it to be like a confusion,” Meek added. That’s my guy. [We] kicking it on every night, like ‘you fucked me up right there, you hit me hard, then you fucked me up right here.’ Like we point out confessions, letting niggas know.”
Being as though Meek is from Philadelphia, and our city is under warfare amongst ourselves I honestly can appreciate him putting an end to senseless beefs. So many young bulls as we say in the 215 or youngins look up to him as the “Big Homie’, so maybe they will follow his example.
“I’m definitely leading the game right now with the youngins. [I’m the] coach, trying to give them game and take them with me … no pulling guns out
Okay Meek we see and hear the growth. Meek Mill of course had to drop a freestyle to Drake’s diss record “Back to back” which won him a Grammy. Meek also shared in another interview that when he and Nicki Minaj went on a double date with Beyonce and Jay Z . Meek Mill also shared that while Jay Z was scrolling thru his playlist for bops Drake’s Back to back accidentally came on. How embarrassing! #rappedout
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