On the Lord’s Day (Sunday, June 14), Meek Mill decided to defend the antics of B. Simone. As you could expect, Twitter quickly reacted by telling the Philly rapper he really should have sat this one out.
Once again, B. Simone found herself the target of slander after she was accused of plagiarizing portions of her book, Baby Girl: Manifest The Life You Want. It doesn’t take much, and Black Twitter started issuing even more cancel notices on the Wild N Out star.
That’s when Meek Mill stepped in and decided to cape for the IG celebrity, model and alleged scammer.
“B Simone canceled because she finnesed a book and made her way from the bottom lol what major companies y’all cancel for ripping our culture off? finding ways to display hate towards our own when they start doing good is showing amongst us a lot!,” tweeted Meek.
And that was all the raw meat Twitter needed. It was quickly pointed out that Meek was seemingly giving B. Simone a pass, while he was ready to go to war over Drake because of the Toronto rapper’s use of a ghostwriter.
With all the ammo in tow, the Internets proceeded to drag B. Simone and Meek. According to Meek, he was trying to help out a fellow Philly native and Black woman and just wasn’t with cancel culture. But the kicker is, he claims hadn’t read up on why B. Simone was getting dragged.
You gotta pick your battles more wisely, sir.
Anyway, peep the best of the best slander below. We still can’t believe this app is free.
How Meek defending B. Simone for plagiarism, but was ready to end Drake because he supposedly had a ghost writer? pic.twitter.com/gkwJGPlOLi— Mac and Cheese (@Loso_babyyy) June 14, 2020
Niggas rap about selling drugs and a life they didn’t live is that not finessing their own tho? A Louie shirt a stack ... a Chanel 5500$ I don’t even think they donate to blacks they number one in our culture ... Im just getting confused what we standing for collectively https://t.co/7XfhGEish5— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) June 14, 2020
Is this the hill you really wanna die on? pic.twitter.com/K6tB6XSLKA— Sui Generis (@John_Apostrophe) June 14, 2020
Meek Mill is standing up for B Simone for plagiarism but was beefing with Drake for having a ghostwriter. pic.twitter.com/LZdB1meCKT— Billy Morehead (@lilbillfromthep) June 14, 2020
So whyyyyy TF are you SPEAKING on things you have no knowledge about?! Hov didn’t teach you about that at Roc Nation brunch?!— West African Kewchi🇸🇱 (@Tish__Daddy) June 14, 2020
I apologize for defending B Simone ....If Meek Mill agrees with me I’m doing something wrong— ⚜️The B-U-N™ ⚜️ (@BayouBun) June 14, 2020
B Simone is a prime example of wanting fast money and not creating QUALITY work. How you don’t know your “team” plagiarized AT LEAST 3 pages by two different authors??— lex. (@alexisariellle) June 14, 2020
One thing bout meek, he always in women business— Tia 🥭 (@SkrrtOnTia) June 14, 2020
She canceled because she cooned up about the protest just like YOU did even though people protested FOR you, then she said dumb shit about 9-5 workers, and THEN she was caught stealing from multiple (9-5 workers) WORD for WORD.— L I G H T Y ⚡️ (@UltraBlackEnt) June 14, 2020
Sit this one out Meek. https://t.co/7XF5Y7eYrx
So if I take some of your lyrics from different songs and make a hit you won’t sue me for copy right infringement right?— 🇯🇲🍃est. Jan. 21st 🍃🇯🇲 (@_SuckaFreeTank) June 14, 2020
Meek is an example of how black elites will defend each other at the expense of regular people. B. Simone scammed her own customers + stole content from six different women, including a black woman! If your riches is at the expense of scamming other black folks, you gotta go.— Corsetta Scott King (@evelynvwoodsen) June 14, 2020
Idk why meek thinks he a hood diplomat like he’s the voice of reason pic.twitter.com/DAgdUtcI8g— winnie the woo (@juniebjoanz) June 14, 2020
You never checked what she did but you thought it was a good idea to talk about it lmaooo come on man— JRRK ➐ (@jerricktv) June 14, 2020