Omeeka is really aggravating Joe Budden.
Maybe it was the tender hand-hold on stage at the 2015 BET Awards, or the spontaneous confession from Meek Mill about his dreamgirl Nicki Minaj live onair that pushed Joe over the edge, but whatever it was, the "F'em All" rapper/reality TV star is not here for any public displays of affection from someone as "hardcore" as Meek.
"This generation, you guys, all you want to do is hop around like f**king bunny rabbits and s**t," Joe declared on the latest episode of his I'll Name This Podacst Later.
"I really enjoyed all the different pics that I screen shotted of Meek looking at Nicki," he continued, however "... part of my problem with that is that Meek's music is too hard. Meek's music is too hard for me to look at him with this sappy f**k s**t."
Words of advice from a Slaughterhouse MC: "Be the hardcore guy that I'm sure she was attracted to at some point," Joe said. "It's nasty. I hate everything about it. I hate seeing that."
On second thought, he concluded. "I'm glad a dark skinned guy is behaving this way. Light skinned guys, we used to getting the bad b***h."
Maybe that's because Joe's never really had to compete with Big Daddy Kane ("Raw" and "The Day You're Mine," same album).
"Why would you be bothered by another man showing love to his girl?" Nicki later questioned via Twitter. "Let's celebrate black love. All the best w/ur podcast. All jokes aside."
Meek didn't keep his silence either. He dropped a series of tweets and a Vine, along with messages like, "Yall gotta have a chill button when you speaking on da trill."
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