Meek Mill sat down with Philly station Power 99 to clap back at the Everyday Struggle host DJ Akademiks and blast bloggers for not posting nor promoting his new album Wins & Losses.
“We need some fly bloggers,” said Meek. “Because most of these bloggers, they on these blogs speaking on our culture, and they don’t know anything about it. Some of them got influence. You might see Akademiks’ page. They post everybody’s album. They ain’t gonna post no Meek Mill album … They ain’t posting my album. When we see them, we’ll have a little talk about it. It’s the game.''
Although Meek and DJ Akademiks has had some friction in the past, Meek did address that there we're some things that needed to be brought to the forefront.
Earlier this year, Akademiks said that Meek sent him a direct message and warned him not to disrespect him anymore,
later in the interview the convo turned to Trick Daddy, who stepped down on Meek earlier this week for saying he got the kids in Miami to focus on yachts rather than guns portraying that the DreamChase's image does not sit well with Miami natives and he's not going for it.
“I come from Philadelphia,” said Meek during the interview. “All our OGs, they don’t get on Instagram where we’re from. If they wanna say something to somebody, they get in contact with them and they say it to them. Especially when it’s that type of level of anger. I worked hard on this album. I don’t think you should be able to go on Instagram and just rant and go crazy and then be mentioned in an interview … Everybody in the industry knows there’s only one way to handle Meek Mill when you see him … When you see people flip on the Internet about me, I will always be handled with respect in live person. That’s just that.”
Meek Mill is counting his Wins and his Losses on his latest album.
Meek Mill Responds To Trick Daddy Like A Boss By Not Saying Anything But His Fans Speaking For Him
The MMG rappers third album Wins and Losses, which features Future, Young Thug, Chris Brown, Yo Gotti, Rick Ross, Ty Dolla $ign, Quavo and more, is now available on Apple Music and below.
Get it on Apple Music.