Meek Mill
7.18.2017

Meek Mill Addresses Safaree’s Alleged Assault, JAY-Z’s ‘4:44,’ & ‘Wins & Losses’

Meek Mill is opening up about Safaree.

Last month, SB accused the Philadelphia MC of having him “jumped” outside of a pre-BET Awards party in Los Angeles. Now, in an interview with Streetz 94.5, Mill says he was surprised by the melee. “I was just lookin’ like, ‘Man, what’s going on?'” he said, before explaining that he’s got no quarrels with anybody.

“I don’t be worrying about these dudes,” he added. “I never really get it confused, man. People be talking on these internets. A lot of stuff goes on the internet. In real life, you always gotta remember, in real life, it’s always real life. I’m trying to keep everything real life, stay out of all these dudes’ way, get straight to the money, and keep it moving.

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“I ain’t got no problem with nobody,” he added. “If you do got a problem with me, when you see me, we’ll swap it out however we could swap it out. Hopefully, we could keep it moving.”

For now, Mill is keeping it moving with new music. The rapper’s third studio album, Wins & Losses is due Friday (July 21). “I just wanted to give people a real perspective on my life,” he said. “What we call wins and what we call losses.”

The Philly spitter celebrated his new project while praising JAY-Z’s 4:44. “I’m rapping,” he continued. “I’m spittin’. Some things, you’re gonna have to play them back. You’re gonna have to think a little bit. I know a lot of the young cats was hesitant on 4:44 ’cause you gotta think…I appreciate that album. He’s schooling us, giving us game. A lot of people ain’t gonna like it. I’m gonna tell you. Hov told me one time, ‘You’re on the internet. You’re trying to be real with a world that’s pretending. The internet is where the most pretending takes place.’ He dropped this album and you being too real with these guys too. A lot of people are gonna shy away from it but it’s timeless, a genius project, something that our culture needed for sure.”