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Meek Mill’s  alleged involvement in the melee at New York City’s W.i.P Nightclub has put a target on his back. The Philly rapper headed to Tenjune, in Manhattan’s Meetpacking district Wednesday (June 27), and was turned away at the door, according to the New York Post.

“I don’t got no love for these clubs that discriminate against a certain race! F–k you…u won’t get these racks!” he tweeted afterwards.

The backlash from the epic bottle-throwing altercation has had legal ramifications. NBA player Tony Parker has filed a lawsuit for the injuries he sustained, and may miss playing in the Olympics as a result. Both Drake and Meek have denied any involvement in the brawl, while Chris Brown’s lawyer has pegged him as the victim in the situation.

As of this week, the nightclub has lost its liquor license as a result of committing several violations.


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