Joe Budden takes shots at Nick Minaj and Meek Mill's relationship in the latest episode of his I'll Name This Podcast Later series. Throughout the episode, it's clear that the Jersey rapper doesn't mince words about how disappointed he was with Summer Jam this year, the subliminal shots he thinks Drake takes at him on "4 PM in Calabasas" and, around the 44-minute mark, why he says Nicki Minaj is "stupid" for being with Meek Mill.

"I know she's stupid because she likes stupid niggas because Meek is stupid," says Budden as part of a tangent about Nicki addressing his podcast.

"I'm just giving you my interpretation. I don't hear and see shit like the rest of y'all," Budden continues, talking to his co-hosts Marisa Mendez and Rory. "So, her saying, 'Have fun with your little podcast' while every major mind in the country is doing a podcast, it speaks to your level of unawareness."

Joe goes on to say, "The older I get, I just have a problem with stupid people" before moving onto more comical subjects like his co-host Rory going to the Beyonce Formation World Tour.

In case you haven't noticed by now, Budden bites his tongue for no one. It was only a few weeks ago that he publicly critiqued Drake for not pushing boundaries with his latest album Views on the same podcast back in May.

“I think that that kid on that album that I heard sounds real fuckin’ uninspired. That’s what I think. I think that that music is real good. You can’t fool a real nigga…That music sounds good and I enjoyed it…40, you sound amazing. 40 continues to progress. Drake, you do not.”

Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill have been publicly dating for more than a year, with Nicki holding the Philly rapper down through all his ups and downs. From album drops and touring together to social media mishaps and Meek's house arrest, Nicki has been a ride or die. Omeeka was last spotted at the 2016 Roots Picnic where Meek performed with fellow Philly MC Lil Uzi Vert.

Check out Budden's new hour-long episode above and skip to the 44-minute mark for the Nicki-Meek drama.

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