There's trouble over at the MMG camp.
Earlier today (Tuesday), Meek Mill took at blatant jab at labelmate Wale for not supporting his new album, Dreams Worth More Than Money. He wrote, “When u young and successful, u experience a different type of racism, and it brings jealousy, hate and a new level of people tryna bring u down." But he called out Wale specifically in the follow-up, tweeting, “Wale just ain’t gone tweet a thing about my album… He’s been hating on me long time now… Don’t even text me, cornball! #UNOTMMG.”
Wale responded with a screenshot of an Instagram post he made approximately seven weeks ago promoting Meek Mill's "Suicidal." He wrote, "[A] few weeks ago (7 weeks) I posted this, but OK. Movin' along. I wrote a long-ass post day before his single dropped. I don't need to take anybody shine. Or hate on anybody. I walk in a completely different world. I get it. I'm different. I encourage y'all to embrace what y'all like or the person y'all wanna be... I text [these dudes] happy Father's Day and get no reply. I laugh it off. I'm sensitive, OK. Maybe bi-polar. But one thing I'm not is a hater."
Read Wale's full response on HipHopDX.
TeeRoy's 2 Cents:
- Either this is real, or they are playing a stunt like 50 did with Yayo and Banks.
- Just because they're on the same label doesn't mean they have to be friends.
- Meek has been poppin' off on a lot of his crew lately.
- Salute to Wale on responding like a man.