Rapper Meek Mill has suffered yet another social media FAIL after posting (and deleting) a rant against his MMG label mate Wale last night (October 21, 2015).
Meek was embroiled in a bit of ‘beef’ with Wale, after he heard comments Wale made during his Breakfast Club interview regarding Meek’s beef with Drake, stating, ‘he brought a pencil to a gun fight.’
Meek’s itchy trigger/twitter fingers apparently got the best of him, so he took to Instagram to write a very long-winded post about Wale and how he’s cutting Wale from MMG.
In the interview above, Wale questioned whether Meek was really prepared for the beef with Drake.
When asked for a “purely hip-hop perspective,” Wale said his label mate ‘brought a pencil to a gun fight’.
He further broke down his opinion saying, “You can’t compete with people with those type of relationships. He could have wrote ‘Ether 3.0.’ The opinions of the people would have been that their boy from Canada waxed him.”
Wale also referenced Drake’s deal with Apple, stating he believes Meek’s decision to release his response through Hot 97 and Funk Flex was a poor choice. He also shared his belief that Drizzy’s connections gave him leverage in terms of reaching a broader audience.
“It’s people who don’t even listen to rap who are Drake fans, like a lot of them,” Wale said.
Meek apparently got in his feelings and hit the net with the following response (that has since been deleted).
Wale then posted the following lighthearted response to Meek’s rant via twitter:
When MMG bossman Rick Ross caught wind of the back-and-forth, he seemed to show support for Wale with the following response via Instagram:
Ross also responded via snapchat, stating:
“Just got a few calls, niggas asking about my little brothers, the squad. It’s MMG forever,” he said, “Fuck that.”