Meek Mill Calls Out Wale for Not Supporting His New Album
Is there dissension in the Maybach Music Group camp? On Tuesday (July 8), Meek Mill jumped on Twitter and aired out labelmate Wale for apparently not supporting his upcoming album, 'Dreams Worth More Than Money.'
On Monday (July 8), the Philly spitfire announced the release date of his second album, which is due on Sept. 9. Everyone from the MMG camp retweeted the news except for Wale.
Meek accused the D.C. rapper of hating on him and then said that he wasn't really a member of MMG.
"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," he wrote. "Everybody can see it! None of y'all dudes don't call me text me nothing it is what it is!"
"I don't need no support...It's about a lot of these dudes really b hating behind closed doors..All these guys that's on the rap scene kno," he added.
Read Meek Mill's entire Twitter rant below.
Wale has responded to Meek Mill in a lengthy Instagram post. To sum it up, Folarin says he's just a regular guy and not a hater.
"I write poems. I watch wwe. I collect kicks. I'm sensitive ok. Maybe bi polar. But one thjng[sic] I'm not is a hater," he writes. "I'm me and I'll be me and do this shyt wit my "dew" till I don't wanna do it. I encourage you to wake up soon as you find time. This was a post about #nothin."
Read Wale's missive below by clicking the Instagram button.