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This is what Wale gets for being honest. Meek Mill took to Instagram to berate his Maybach Music Group peer for having the audacity to state his honest opinion about his battle with Drake while on The Breakfast Club.

Before we get to Meek’s rant, let’s examine what probably got him riled up. When DJ Envy asked Wale what he thought about Drake vs. Meek, he answered candidly.

“I can’t tip toe on this one, huh?,” said Wale. “[I was just like] son might be off the drink right now, just lunchin’, probably. It’s not a good look. It’s not a good thing you’re doing.”

Wale then relayed that despite attempting to call Meek several times since that quasi-battle, he hadn’t spoken to the Philly rapper. 

He added, “I just feel like, and this is me speaking as somebody who’s been in the industry for a good amount of time that’s the same age as these dudes. I honestly think he brought a pencil to a gunfight. He ain’t bring a knife. A pencil. A piece of paper; tried to paper cut him to death. You can’t compete with somebody that got them type of relationships.”

Wale then went on to point out how while Meek could go to Hot 97, Drake could go to Apple to get his diss track worldwide. Thus no matter if Meek did drop a great diss song, the people had already crowned Drizzy the winner. It probably didn’t help that he also mentioned still being cool with Drake, and praised “Back To Back.”

Clearly, Meek didn’t like what he was hearing because he took to Twitter to berate Wale.

“Ni**as b doing all this to drop a new record gossiping about they hoe ass feelings and they personal life because they miserable and nobody don’t rock wit them!,” he wrote.

Ouch.

Meek also went on to reiterate, as he did during their previous fall out in 2014, that Wale is not MMG. Meek even alluded to Wale saying Rick Ross may owe the both of them money.

Rappers, so emotional. Peep Meek’s full message on the flip. The Meek vs Drake portion of the Breakfast Club interview is around the 21 minute mark below.

Photo: WENN

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