Meek Mill Responds To Kanye West Dissing Him On Clubhouse

Meek Mill responded after Kanye West disowned him at the Clubhouse.

The increasingly controversial Chicago rapper joined Clubhouse Wack 100 for an impromptu Q&A on social media over the weekend, where he charged fans $20 to enter.

During the 50-minute interview, Ye also talked about the backlash of her “White Lives Matter” shirt and encouraged the forces that had gathered so many celebrities to call her out on the controversial outfit.

The idea that Meek, who has been a vocal critic of Kanye in recent years, was among a group of stars asked to protect him seemed to be interesting to the GOOD DAY founder.

“I go and put ‘White Lives Matter’ on a T-shirt and it’s like, ‘Oh, you know what? Let’s get famous. Let’s get Daddy Puff, let’s get Dave Chappelle, let’s get Meek Mill.’ What made anyone think Meek Mills could say anything to me?! Kanye said before laughing wildly.

“No, this is the funniest thing of all.” Yo man, I’m about to cry laughing. Someone thought Meek Mills… sorry. No, I’m sorry. I’m not going to get my joke.”

Even after Wack 100 reminded him that Meek is a “gangsta,” Yeezy struggled to contain his excitement. “Naww, I’m really crying,” he continued before he calmed down. “Okay, hold on… Whew… OK, that wasn’t my joke but somehow that part was funny to me.”

The Clubhouse segment was later shut down after Kanye West raised other concerns, at one point suggesting that Jewish people are used as “middlemen” by the Chinese to “dominate” Black people.

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“We took the decision to close the conversation yesterday because it violated our rules,” Clubhouse said in a statement. “They broke the rules and we suspended them again.” There is absolutely no place for bullying, hate speech or harassment on our platform as described in our Community Guidelines and Terms of Service.

After catching wind of Kan’s criticism, Meek Mill fired back at the former billionaire on Twitter on Sunday (December 11), saying he still has his family, respect and mental health in tact – unlike Mr West.

“I have never lost my mind because of fame or money… I still have my family… my people respect me,” he wrote. “I’m freeing people from prison… I’m doing community service all month with kids near and far.. I’m having fun with my son and his friends today.. y’all on clubhouse at 50 lol.”

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In another tweet, he added: “I mean 50 at the clubhouse draw and not doing anything good you follow at that age hitttttt… you can be old or young the clubhouse is a hookup!”

Meek Mill has made no secret of his distaste for Kanye West’s latest move. Shortly after Ye released his aforementioned “White Lives Matter” shirt at his Yeezy Season 9 show in Paris, Meek accused the rap mogul of being anti-Black in the game. awesome Instagram Story.

“I used to listen to you every night and in prison for encouraging God! I came home and saw him mocking my name like nothing,” he wrote alongside a clip of Kanye appearing to criticize Meek for advocating for prison reform while referring to “things that can get you locked up.”

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“I didn’t say anything… but I knew you were on the N-ggas road you just said it to boosie… it hurts my heart to know some of you crazy and lame… no verses from no n-ggas because I’ve been hot since 13 @justinlaboy don’t invite me to one of those weird parties with bro.

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He added: “Speaking of gga has been buying support since it came out.. but what you’re doing is driving you crazy… hate your people… you didn’t even post @vory album after all the work he’s done for you and he’s looking at you… you made sure you said it was Jack Harlow he was so hot in Kentucky he turned his back on est and vory.”

Meek doubled down on Kanye’s criticism on his latest “God Made It” freestyle — from his Flamerz 5 mixtape – accusing the embattled rap icon of selling out.

“I ain’t never sellin’ my soul for money like I’m Kanye/Crazy I’m bringin’ you to my cell on niggas lock day, I done it my way,” he healed.


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