Sometimes even bosses have to apologize. Meek Mill made headlines last month when Philly's Reverend Jomo K. Johnson called for a boycott of the MMG rapper's hit "Amen," saying its commingling of religious language and lewd content was "blasphemous." After initially rebuking the reverend, Meek changed his tune on 106 & Park on Monday. "I wasn’t trying to disrespect no religion or anything like that," Meek told the Livest Audience. "If anybody feel disrespected, I ain't do it in that way...I didn't do it with bad intentions at the end of the day."
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