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Oschino Calls Meek Mill “The Worst Kinda Sucka”

Ashenafe Tessema / Mitchell Leff, Getty Images
Ashenafe Tessema / Mitchell Leff, Getty Images

Philly rapper and former Roc-A-Fella member Oschino spoke on Meek Mill and threw plenty dirt on his name during a new interview.

Oschino has been around for a while. Back in the days, he was a member of State Property, a well-known group that included fellow Philly rappers Beanie Sigel and Peedi Crakk, amongst others. He signed to the Roc before State Property came together under the label, and the rest is history. Now, Oschino has released a video where he’s using some very choice words for his fellow Philly native Meek Mill.

In the interview, Oschino calls Meek “Weak Mill” and labels him as “the worst kinda sucka.” He also talks about how he knew Meek when he was broke and claims Meek didn’t get rich until he started coming up in rap around 2009.

The feud between these two dates back to last year when Oschino claimed Meek asked him to promote his Dreamchasers 4 project. Out of respect, Oschino did, but when Meek allegedly didn’t return the favor for one of Oschino’s projects, the former Roc-A-Fella member apparently reached out to Meek via text message. Read our interview with Oschino to hear him speak on it.

Check out Oschino’s new interview below.

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