Meek Mill is having a buzz-worthy weekend, so why not put more material in the air. The Philly rapper just dropped the video for his track "The Trillest."

The Stoopid on the Beat-produced song resides on his latest album Dreams Worth More Than Money which dropped back in June. Directed by Will NGO, Meek gives fans a peek inside his life on the documentary-style treatment.

In the first scene, he and Nicki Minaj pull up to a gas station like normal Joes while fans scream out in amazement. In another scene, the rapper plays pool in his home on an MMG billiards table. There is also footage of Meek rocking the stage at a concert. In the latter part of the visual, Meek holds up in the studio with his crew which includes Rich Homie Quan (above).

On Saturday (Jan. 16), the Dreamchasers leader came out of nowhere and dropped his new EP 4/4. In it he takes shots at Drake on the "I'm The Plug (Remix)" and even goes at 50 Cent on the song "Gave Em Hope."

While Drizzy has remained mum, the latter diss has brought the fight out of Fif. He jabbed the Philly rapper on Instagram, saying his career is over and posted several hilarious memes. Mill returned the barrage with his own "Insta-Fingas" reply and even Tony Yayo jumped in the fray. This isn't going to end soon, and hopefully it stays on wax and on the Internet. But in the meantime, it has the people talking.

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