Meek Mill Says He’s Not A Snitch, He Didn’t Jump Safaree, And the Drake Beef Was His Fault!

Meek Mill sat down, on Thursday, with Hot 97’s Ebro In the Morning and spilled some hot takes about a few times that he’s been the top story in the media over the last two years.

 

On Shether:
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Who could forget the blazing bars Remy Ma spit on her Nicki Minaj diss track, Shether, back in February? Meek’s name was mentioned within the first minute. “I saw Meek at All-Star, he told me your a** dropped. He couldn’t f*** you for three months, because your a** dropped”, Remy rapped. Your mouth may have dropped upon hearing it at the time, but Meek says it was a lie. When asked to address the infamous bars, the rapper insists that he never told Remy those things. He also suggests that Remy would likely verify that fact for herself, if asked. Meek says that, at the time, he simply went along with things nonchalantly. Meek and Nicki were newly broken up. He says that he heard Shether at the same time as the public, and described the diss track as “fun and games”.

 

On accusations that he and his entourage jumped Safaree at this year’s BET Awards:
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During BET weekend, Safaree Samuels posted an Instagram video alleging that he had just been jumped. He accused Meek Mill of being the person behind the attack, possibly motivated by underlying beef regarding their shared ex, Nicki Minaj. When asked about the accusation, Meek denies involvement, but implies that the culprits may have been overzealous fans of his. He stated, “I ain’t really handle him like that. He got man handled on his own time”.  And in regards to the beef, “I’m out of that situation with the girl (Nicki)…I don’t got no problem with him”.

 

On Drake beef:

Once again, who could forget Meek Mill vs. Drake? The beef was initiated on Meek’s end when the rapper tweeted:

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 And we all know how that story ended. Meek told Ebro of his state of mind at that time, saying “I was, like, out of control at that point. The way I was coming at everybody. I offended, like, a lot of people”. He admits that he could have handled things better, but accepts the situation for what it was. Meek is optimistic about possibly mending fences with Drake in the future. He prefers for it to happen naturally, however. “No one can fix this but me, or him. And really, it’s up to me”, he says of arranged reconciliation tactics.

 Meek also spoke about turning thirty and personal growth, as well as his bout with drugs, including  “lean” and Percocet, and his decision to quit both. It seems that turning thirty, coupled with some life experience has awakened a more mature side of Meek Mill. We’re here for it.

 

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Nikki T

Lifestyle/Entertainment writer for Kontrol Magazine; Freelance Editor/Blogger