With Dreams Worth More Than Money selling 246,000 copies and entering the Billboard 200 chart at #1, Meek Mill made an appearance on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club and addressed his recent Twitter beef with Joe Budden over comments he made on his I’ll Name This Later podcast regarding Meek’s and Nicki Minaj’s relationship.

“[Joe Budden] always been corny as shit and always commenting on shit and ain’t never did shit,” the MMG rapper says.

“I be looking at all the dudes who be talking,” he adds elsewhere in the interview. “What the hell did you do? You a rapper. You can’t talk. You was just crying, talking about you was on crack. Some crazy shit. You can’t comment.”

Meek Mill also says that the way Joe Budden’s relationships were depicted on Love & Hip Hop: New York impacted the way people look at relationships.

“I seen [DJ Envy] hugged up with his girl all weekend,” Meek Mill says. “You think I wanna comment while you hugged up? That look good. I don’t know what’s going on nowadays. You supposed to be gay, because you’re a street rapper?

“First of all, don’t be on no podcast commenting. I’m cool. You not cool,” he adds. “You can’t tell me what people wanna see about me. I make niggas want to have girlfriends. You make niggas not want to have girlfriends because you did it wrong. We don’t even know what a podcast is… I don’t even know Joe Buddens.”

The beef started Thursday (July 2) when Joe Budden commented on Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj’s relationship on his I’ll Name This Later podcast.

“Meek’s music is too hard for me to look at him with this fucking sappy fuck shit,”  Joe Budden said at the time.

Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj responded to Joe Budden’s comments on Twitter.

Watch the full The Breakfast Club interview with Meek Mill below.

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