Here’s A Timeline of Wale and Meek Mill’s Beef
Something funny is going on with Maybach Music Group. An online beef popped off between Meek Mill and Wale yesterday (Oct. 22) following a radio interview on Power 105 where Wale didn't support Meek in his beef with Drake. Wale said his labelmate brought "a pencil to a gun fight" between Drizzy back in the summer, which was the reason for his loss.
Meek responded by going on an extended rant on Instagram against Wale in response to his remarks, telling him—among other things—to "jump off a roof."
Wale went online too, but only to sarcastically bash Meek's IG rant and explain other parts of the interview.
As Wale got on stage with fellow MMG signee Stalley at a show in Atlanta later that night, Rick Ross went online to present a united front. First, Rozay, Instagrammed the cover art to a Self Made 4 MMG collaborative album. Then, he posted footage from Wale's sold out performance.
And Wale Instagrammed his MMG moniker tattoo, writing, "We here permanently."
Meanwhile, Meek has been quiet on all social media platforms since and deleted his Instagram rant. But this is not the first time Meek and Wale have went at it. Back in July of 2014, Meek Mill called out Wale on Twitter, upset that he didn't help promote his album and questioning his loyalty with MMG.
UPDATE: Meek has once again dissed Wale, calling him a "fuckboy" in an Instagram captioned aimed at the DC rapper.
And The Album About Nothing star has answered on Twitter, subbing Meek with ego-bashing analogies.
Who knows when this beef will end.