Meek Mill on Kanye West: 'It's Like You Hate Your Own People'

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Meek Mill on Kanye West: 'It's Like You Hate Your Own People'

After criticism from Diddy and Boosie Badazz, the Philadelphia rapper is the latest artist to take issue with Kanye West. In a recent post on his Instagram Story, Meek said he can't sit back and watch Ye continue to go against his own interests. I used to listen to you every night for motivation on God! After watching the clip, I realized that Ye was probably speaking out of frustration because he thought that Meek was trying to undermine his own success. 

The culture has you focused so much on s*x and illegal activities that you have forgotten what it means to be successful. You are also campaigning on ideas that could get you locked up.

Meek continued to berate Ye for his antics. Justin said that he doesn't need verses from any other rappers because he's been hot since 13. He added that @justinlaboy don't invite him to any of those weird parties with bros...I go off person, not fame for money. 

Speaking from a rapper who's been buying support since he came out, but what you're doing for fame is driving you crazy. You should look how hard you came at me when you know I'm vocal - it's like you hate your own people. "After he's done so much for you, you haven't even released the @vory album, and he has a lot of respect for you," Meek said when questioning Yeh's public support for Jack Harlow.

Ye didn't take the criticism lightly and fired back at Diddy and Boozy. Don't call me with unnecessary non-information like that again - unless you're ready to approve me. Because anyone who wears that t-shirt is me," he told Puff while taunting Boosie: "Come hit me, or come hit me, I'm the one who got bullied by the whole black celebrity community, and now I'm coming back to School shooting. "

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