After being dissed by Kanye West on Clubhouse, Meek Mill has shot back in a retaliatory track.
The Chicago rapper, who is becoming more and more divisive, teamed up with Clubhouse regular Wack 100 to present an impromptu Q&A on the website over the weekend.
He charged viewers $20 to watch. During the nearly 50-minute talk, Ye brought up the criticism of his “White Lives Matter” shirt once more and said that the establishment had gathered a number of famous people to criticize him.
The G.O.O.D. Music founder reportedly found it humorous that Meek, who has recently been a vocal critic of Kanye, was one of the celebrities requested to keep him in check.
“I go and put ‘White Lives Matter’ on a T-shirt and they’re like, ‘Oh, you know what? Let’s go get celebrities.
Let’s go get Puff Daddy, let’s get Dave Chappelle, let’s go get Meek Mill.’ What made somebody think Meek Mills could say something to me?!”
Kanye said before laughing uncontrollably. “No, this is the funniest thing of everything. Yo man, I’m about to start crying laughing. Somebody thought Meek Mills… sorry.
No, I’m sorry. I’m not even gonna get to my joke.” Even after Wack 100 reminded him that Meek is a “gangsta,” Yeezy struggled to contain his amusement.
“Naww, I’m literally in tears,” he continued before eventually regaining his composure. “OK, hold on… Whew… OK, that was not my joke but somehow that part was really funny to me.”
Hiphopdx reports that the Clubhouse session was eventually shut down after Kanye West made yet more problematic comments, at one point suggesting Jewish people are used as “middlemen” by the Chinese to “control” Black people.