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The fallout from Meek Mill‘s epic Twitter rant continues to result in more material for jokes and slander. Now Nicki Minaj’s ex, Safaree Samuels, is claiming that he ghostwrote material on the Young Money rapper’s The Pinkprint album, and aims bars at Meek, on a tune called “Lifeline.” 

Reports TMZ:

Safaree Samuels just dropped a new song, “Lifeline,” in which he accuses her of the Cardinal hip-hop sin … not writing her own verses. It’s the same charge Meek leveled against Drake.

But Safaree is brutal toward Meek, rapping “This n**** bent outta shape with a gorilla face/ My bars on ‘The Pinkprint’ no one will ever match/ My dick- print lil n**** u could never match.”

We checked … and Safaree only has an A&R credit on “The Pinkprint,” so it’s a bold accusation.

And it gets worse. Safaree fat shames Meek, saying, “I heard you told Philippe Chow you ain’t goin’ there … You outta shape anyway you need to eat a pear.”

You gotta let that hurt go, sir. “Now that I’m gone, good luck with those punchlines,” raps Safaree.


Listen to the struggle tune below. Let us know if Safaree made in valid points in the comments.