EARLY MORNING SMOKE! Meek Mill Apologizes For Latest Clubhouse Drama, Mentions Ex Nicki Minaj + Wants To Start Streaming Service

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In the wee hours of this morning, Meek Mill was arguing with people on Clubhouse inside a Philly chatroom and ish got HEATED. Take a listen to a few clips, find out what he said about his ex-Nicki Minaj and launching his own streaming service inside…

Rapper Meek Mill had some things he wanted to get off of his chest. So, he hopped on the new popular voice-only app, Clubhouse, to do so. And now he’s trending on social media as a result of his behavior.

What started as a conversation about black brotherhood, resulted in the CHAMPIONSHIPS rapper literally yelling and screaming into his phone while chatting with a group of people as 5,000 listeners tuned in to hear what the conversation was about. Mind you, this all is going down around 3AM this morning.

”Meek Mill is really showing his ass at 3:30 am with over 5,000 people listening on Club House right now,” journalist Ernest Owens tweeted. “That loud ass volume is wild. He is literally trying to take it to the streets right now. This is embarrassing for Philly right now.”

LORDT. It was insane.

Listen to Meek spazz out below:

Apparently, the MMG artist had been chatting it up on the app for about two hours where he was contributing to a room about how Black men supposedly don’t lift one another up. When Meek and the one of the room’s admins didn’t agree, that’s when ish got heated.

Peep more reactions to Meek’s Clubhouse drama below:

During the chat session, Meek also mentioned his ex/new mom Nicki Minaj and the Barbz aren’t feeling his “obsessive” behavior:

After he calmed down, he hopped on Twitter to apologize for losing his temper and mentioned he gets super passionate about black brotherhood after Nipsey Hussle was murdered:

”ima have a better reaction in 2021… I apologize when snap out sometimes ..then convos that stem from hatred, strike me hard from my upbringing!,” the REFORM Alliance co-founder tweeted. “After that nip shit my hatred level went up I’ma boss up leave it in 2020!

Last week, Meek exchanged a war of words with DJ Akademiks on Clubhouse where rapper 21 Savage served as mediator between them.

Someone take this man’s phone and delete his Clubhouse app…STAT.

Days before…

The Philly native tweeted about joining forces with rappers Lil Baby, Durk & 21 Savage are looking for app developers to create a music streaming platform where they will be majority owners. Peep his tweets above and below:


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