Speaking with TMZ Sports recently, the Detroit Pistons point guard said he had just got back from OVO Fest in Toronto and that Meek's career is over.
"Meek Mill is corny," Jennings began telling TMZ. "I've been rocking with OVO since '99, so it ain't nothin new."
He added about the Drizzy-Meek war of words: "That s--t is over. It's finito. I feel sorry for [Meek]. His career just got started, now it's done."
Jennings's feelings were likely only bolstered by the fact that Meek's manager took a shot at the point guard via Twitter last week when Jennings openly sided with Drake. That led to words being exchanged between Meek's manager and Jennings.
When Meek released his "Wanna Know" record aimed at Drake last week, Jennings responded to the rapper's line of "Ya'll gonna have to give me a check to stop" by posting an Instagram shot of a check and asking the Philly MC to "please now stop."
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