Meek Mill

Beanie Sigel Calls Drake and Meek Mill’s Beef “Gay”

Rick Ross and Meek Mill Lyrics Lead to Police Bust of More Than 60 Harlem Gang Members

Rick Ross and Meek Mill Lyrics Lead to Police Bust of More Than 60 Harlem Gang Members



A group of Harlem gangsters were arrested when they boasted about their illegal activities on social media networks. Some of their comments were lyrics to songs from Rick Ross and Meek Mill.

According to an indictment released earlier today, members of Air It Out, True Money, Whoaday and the True Money Bosses took to Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to coordinate their moves.

“God forgives I don’t … somebody gotta die,” one alleged member of the gang “Air It Out.”

“I’m 2 Glocks strapped, rolling down 112th Madison, 116 this is the New Iraq,” boasted another alleged AIO member.

“I’ll give u $300 if u clap a Trill or Whoadey before October,” another alleged Air It Out gangster said.

The gang members were charged with numerous assaults, three murders, 30 shooting accounts, gun possession and trafficking. Charges range from felony conspiracy to murder in the first degree, to fourth degree criminal weapon possession.

“Today’s indictments chronicle a bloody gang war that claimed the lives of at least three teenagers, led to the shooting of dozens of individuals and put bounties on people’s heads,”said Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance. “Since October 2009, 68 shootings have occurred in the swatch of East Harlem that these gangs all call home. Forced to live among this senseless violence is the silent majority–innocent families who live in fear of getting shot while trying to go about their daily lives. Today’s cases are a part of my Office’s ongoing efforts, working with the NYPD, to strategically target areas that claim a highly disproportionate share of violence in Manhattan.”

He continued, “There is a lot of social networking and investigation using the Internet that all of us use now in law enforcement. The Internet is our 21st Century crime scene.”

Meek Mill, ‘Repo’: MMG Rapper Responds to Cassidy Beef With New Diss Track


The battle between feuding Philly rappersMeek Mill and Cassidy appeared to have died a quiet, one-sided death, when Cassidy sparked things off again with a second diss track, “Me, Myself and iPhone,” over the weekend.

Surprisingly, the second attempt worked, prompting Meek to finally fire back last night (Dec. 26), with his scalding “Repo.”

“Really, fuckin’ ‘Condom Style,’ get ya jig on/ You a clown ass n—-, put a wig on,” Meek raps on the Jahlil Beats-helmed heater, calling Cassidy out for his hilarious attempt at a Psy remix.

The misdirected beef initially sparked off back in November, when Meek suggested that he’d like to watch Cassidy battle Murda Mook for $100,000, and Cassidy attempted to bring the battle to Meek instead. Sadly, Meek denied Cassidy’s attempts, and ignored his first diss, “The Diary of a Hustla.”

“Where’s the funeral? He expected to kill me wit that bullshit! 5 min song! Not 1 quotable bar!” Cassidy tweeted, following Meek’s response last night. “They need to repo his rap book.. Lol.”

To further add insult to injury, Meek instagrammed several funny photoshops of Cassidy, featuring the rapper attempting to take a boot off his car, and an invite to his funeral.

Meek claims there will be no more diss tracks from his side, but you can be assured that Cassidy will respond at least once.

Listen to Meek Mill’s”Repo”



Ca$h Out – In The Studio (The Curb) @TheRealCashOut

Rick Ross – All Birds ft. French Montana [Official Video]

Blog at

Up ↑