Meek Mill may have some quick Twitter fingers but he's not too fond of the social media etiquette going down. The rapper is sounding off on Instagram about his disdain for certain comments and the "suckas are winning" as social media changes the game.

"Street dudes on here boasting about people getting other people locked up and praising people that told and it's being accepted," wrote the Dreams Worth More Than Money creator. "I watched people laugh about bobby shmurda losing his freedom when he was on a path of making a way for his family like its a joke."

The paragraph-long statement was possibly sparked after the rhymer posted a photo of his fallen friend, Dex Osama, a rising rapper from Detroit. Instagram users went to the comments to bring up old beef between Drake and Meek Mill while others insulted Osama, who was shot and killed on Monday (Sept. 7). "404: sympathy not found," read one comment. "Everyone meek works with ends up dying. Like dex Osama and snupe. He be setting them up," accused another while referencing that this is the second artist signed by Meek Mill to be killed (Lil Snupe was the first).

As Nicki Minaj's boo let his thoughts loose, he also relayed some wise words from Jay Z.

"Jayz[sic] once told me this social media world was created for people that wouldn't even speak if they wasn't present .... For people that was scared to approach a male/female and hold a conversation if they wanted to a number or ask to go on a date! He also said you can't speak truth on here because this is the fake people world and they gone hate you for that ...People are in love with this lifestyle more than people! Nothing has value anymore because people can pretend so easy in this new world! And the only people that's gone make negative comments are the ones who feel like this post is directed to them! If the shoe fits wear it sucka!" wrote Meek.

Although the Maybach Music group member is getting a reputation for talking wreckless on social media, he may have a point this time. "Instagram need to have a option to turn these comments off and put a end to giving the suckas and chance to speak without being present!" Say it again, Meek.

The Philadelphia native threw a curve ball with his message by speaking on Donald Trump. "Even when I look at the news .... I have nothing against Donald trump but from my knowledge I only know him for making a lot of money..... And now I see him running for president and really having a impact that is strong...," Meek continued. "At first I thought it was a joke.. But in this new world anything goes!" he concluded in his post.

Read Meek Mill's entire unburdening message below.

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