Meek Mill has responded to Wale’s comments about Meek Mill’s rift with Drake.

“Niggas b doing all this to drop a new record gossiping about they hoe ass feelings and they personal life because they miserable and nobody don’t rock wit them!” Meek Mill writes on Instagram. “Really stay away from me Fam! U not MMG NOMORE! This why u can’t get my number you a hoe! ???? and u dead cracked right now @wale foh nuttttt! I wasn’t even mad at you Fam u got some real issues with yaself and you jealous! Broke rapper! This my last time I think addressing shit on the Internet …. But if I don’t talk about it one of you dudes gone get hurt speaking my name like it’s sweet! Y’all niggas gone stop mentioning my name like it ain’t no consequences…. I’m off this internet! I don’t speak on Mmg in interviews unless it’s good! U a clown … We don’t wanna hear you nomore Fam! Go jump off a roof like u been tryna do chump! He not MMG IM MAKING THAT CALL … He been tryna call me saying Rozay owe us money… He don’t owe me shit and if he do I’ll get it later …. Go that away!”

Wale responded to Meek Mill’s Instagram post with a Tweet.

Meek Mill’s Instagram post and Wale’s tweet are as follows:

(The initial post in this thread ran earlier today [October 21, 2015]. It is as follows.)

During an interview with The Breakfast Club today (October 21), Wale offered his thoughts on the now-notorious feud between fellow Maybach Music Group rapper Meek Mill and Drake.

According to Wale, who once feuded with Meek Mill after he was called out on Twitter last year, Meek wasn’t prepared for such a feud. Wale went on to compare Meek feuding with Drake to the Philly lyricist bringing “a pencil to a gun fight.”

“I just feel like, and this is me speaking as someone who has been in the industry for a long time, I honestly feel like [Meek] brought a pencil to a gun fight…You can’t compete with somebody who has those types of relationship,” Wale said, according to “I’m telling everyone who thought Meek lost just off the strength of losing, it doesn’t matter what he made, he could have made ‘Ether 3.0’, the opinions of the people would have been that of the kid from Toronto waxed him. Drake went to Apple and my man went to Funk Flex–and there’s nothing wrong with Flex–but we talking about Apple, breh. They heard Drake’s joints all around the world.”

In regards to the status of things on the home-front, the Rick Ross-founded Maybach Music Group, Wale says they aren’t the unit they once were. In addition to Wale, other artists currently on the Maybach Music Group roster include Meek Mill, Stalley, French Montana, Omarion, and Gunplay.

“We’re not the unit we once was,” he said. “I’m not gonna lie to you. It doesn’t mean we’re not cool, but every one has gotta do what they gotta do…There’s people that Meek Mill hangs out with a lot that he knows I don’t bang with. And that’s fine, I don’t ask nobody to get in my beefs, it’s not a problem, it’s rap, there’s no bloodshed going on out here.”

Wale’s interview with The Breakfast Club can be found below.

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