Meek Mill Album Disses Nicki, Triggers Barbs & Receives Praise
On Friday, rapper Meek Mill dropped his latest album, Wins & Losses and one track referenced his former flame, Nicki Minaj.
People took “1942 Flows” as a diss against the “No Frauds” lyricist.
Peep this line in Verse 1.
Cut her off, act like she’s dead and it’s killin’ her
Ooh, get them off me, try to crucify me
Like I’m Jesus the way she cross me
Then there’s this one spotted in Verse 3 …
So when you see me out don’t ask me about no Nicki
F*ck I look like tellin’ my business on Wendy
And Verse 4…
Heard that b*tch say she cut me, I was like adiós
The Barbs got wind of Meek’s verses and well …let’s just say they weren’t thrilled.
for someone who says they cut nicki off & they better off, meek sure likes to put her in a lot of his verses lol
are u done with it or nah
— Jennie (@love___jennie) July 24, 2017
If @MeekMill talks shit about nicki in his new album means he’s hurt♂️ that’s what Bitches do
— izzy (@izzy___24) July 21, 2017
Nicki minaj aint switch up on meek when he was beefin with drake and the world called him a dub .. Why he always tryna do her
— ✨Blacc gyal (@_jasthekingx) July 21, 2017
Meek has also been receiving praise for his album, with many attributing its dopeness to his breakup from Nicki.
shoutout to Nicki cause Meek Mills album is
— B (@_biancasaldivar) July 21, 2017
This Meek Mill album is too hard. Glad he dropped that cancerous Nicki from his life.
— Marv (@MarvelousMarvv) July 24, 2017
Meek Mill back on top. Wins & Losses is the best album I’ve heard in years. Start to finish.
— JO (@justinnovati0n) July 21, 2017