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Yesterday, Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj went all-out petty firing shots at each other via social media. Nicki’s IG story consisted of clown faces and screenshots of embarrassing things Meek wore, while Meek held his ground and fired back. The Philly rapper even brought up Nicki’s brother who was convicted of rape, and goes on to call Nicki out in saying she knew her brother was a rapist. Nicki also claimed that Meek abuses women and supposedly tapes it. In the words of the Queen Barbie, one of the women was his own sister.
You sad you willing to crash your man because you losing now and everybody in the industry know you a bad person! You been knew your brother was raping that little girl that’s why I got away from you!
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) February 5, 2020
But of course, the show must go on. With the public’s eyes on Meek at an all-time high, he can’t help but to capitalize on this new song with Justin Timberlake titled “Believe.” The Championships rapper announced the unexpected collaboration on social media earlier this week. In an Instagram post, he captioned “This song for motivational purposes only! Meek x @justintimberlake #believeinme.” It’s safe to say Meek’s new single has a serious message behind it.
The Dreams and Nightmares rapper also released the official music video for “Believe.” The visual captures Meek’s silhouette spitting bars while scenes of crime, poverty, and violence appear throughout the film. The five-minute visual is the perfect blend of heartfelt rap and pop, touching audiences all across the world. Watch above and get inspired for the weekend!