Meek Mill is still bitter about Reebok terminating Rick Ross‘s endorsement deal in the wake of the “U.O.E.N.O.” controversy last month. The MMG rapper appeared on CivilTV and voiced his anger at the way the corporation “pimped” Ross and then dumped when things got hot.
“F**k Reebok. We wear Puma’s. That’s what we do. We wear Puma’s. As far as the Rick Ross situation with Reebok, I just don’t approve of none of that,” Meek said. “I don’t approve of no companies trying to dip and dab in our culture and then when you make a mistake they dip out on you. So, it’s like they still making money off of our brand.”
“I’m very against that. Ross is off of Reebok now, Reebok still gonna make money off of Ross. You know what I’m saying? Before Rick Ross and Swizz and Tyga, it was no Reebok,” he added. “These companies they actually follow our culture and make money off of our culture and pay us like a pimp…And me, I’m against that. Any way you fire me, we gonna tear your sh*t back down. Ain’t nobody wearing Reebok.”
After retaliating with the dis track “Repo” on Wednesday night, Meek Mill is stepping backfrom his feud with Cassidy. The MMG rapper announced on Twitter that he doesn’t plan to release any more records directed at the Philly rapper. ”No more attention on broke n—- sh–….. I’m done…. Time 2 get this money! Nothing else #mmg #dcr,” he wrote on Twitter, then retweeting a fan who seemed to have just caught his track. “U missed the service it was nice! lol RT @JHarden13: WOW @MeekMill.”
As far as the public could tell, the contention between the two rappers begin in July when Cassidy began to retweet fans who wondered why he and Meek had not recorded since his career began to skyrocket with MMG. Meek, immediately offended by the implication, tossed some words at Cassidy. “U on some clown sh– right now,” he wrote. “Just say it 2 my face… I’m always home… Y’all b getting beside y’all self with this send button don’t confuse this twitter wit real life… #hating.” via:mtvnews
(AllHipHop News) Hip-Hop star Meek Mill’s touring schedule could be severely impacted by a judge’s ruling in court yesterday (November 19).
Meek Mill was in court for a status hearing, over a prior gun and drug charges.
The judge admonished the rapper, who missed an earlier court date, due to Hurricane Sandy.
The same day as his album release party for Dreams and Nightmares, Meek was detained and posted a picture of the incident.
As a result, the judge put Meek Mill on restricted travel, when his tour winds down next month.
“Today was one of the most craziest days I had in a lonnnnggg time! My #behindthescenes life is so wild u couldn’t imagine!” Meek Mill tweeted.