Meek Mill was all ready to close out last night’s Fool’s Gold Day Off when someone in the crowd rubbed him the wrong way.
Moments after he hit the stage to “I’ma Boss,” the Philly rapper spotted a fan holding up a Drake sign. Apparently, he wasn’t happy with that gesture and sent a member of his entourage to take care of the situation and stand next to him throughout the whole set. “Put that Drake sign up again n***a,” he shouted. “F**k you talking about, you f**kin clown. Don’t ever f**kin come in here playing with no Meek Millie trying to pick on me like I’m a f**king dweeb or something.”
In other videos and tweets captured on social media, Meek said that he didn’t want people to get the Internet and real life confused. “Don’t ever come in here playing with a real life gangsta like it’s a game, ni**a.”
Later that night, Meek also addressed his comments about his DJ playing too much Future during his appearance at Made In America this weekend. While he already clarified that he doesn’t have any problems with Future and that he plays his music to get turned up in the club, here Meek says Future is in more constant rotation than his own album, Dreams Worth More Than Money.
“I don’t give a f**k about the Internet, but Future my ni**a and I feel like I have to explain,” he says. “This ni**a (DJ Bran) had a Future attack — sometimes I do. When I’m in the motherf***in’ Maybach, I play Future all f****in’ day, I might not even get to Dreams Worth More Than Money some days cause I wanna turn up on that f***in’ Future.”
Meek blasted a fan, and cleared up some rumors. What a Labor Day.
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