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Meek Mill not pleased with some of Nicki Minaj’s comments

Unflattering commentary.

Meek Mill did not care for some of Nicki Minaj’s comments regarding his jail bid

Meek Mill managed to receive an overwhelming amount of support from his fans and other celebrities alike when he was recently freed from prison after months of legal battles. One person who did not seem to however would be his ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj.

Minaj had made some commentary about Judge Grenece Brinkley which seems to have made Mill feel none too happy.

According to Mill’s lawyer, Brinkley had asked Mill to do a remake of the Boyz II Men classic “On Bended Knee” and to put her name in the song.

However, when the topic of this was brought back up in court, Minaj did nothing to back Mill up, according to Mill.

In an interview with Zane Lowe during this past April, Minaj had openly refused to pass any criticism regarding Judge Brinkley, saying:

“The judge in question did everything I asked of her, so I can’t bad mouth her ’cause I met her personally and I know what she said to us and [Meek] knows that.”

Earlier this morning [May 10] Mill went on The Breakfast Club (the whole interview can be watched below) to talk about this among other things, saying:

“I wasn’t feeling that. [Nicki] shouldn’t have said nothing and we leave it at that. I don’t feel no way… when it comes to freedom, I don’t care who it is—this could be Safaree, this could be anybody—if I know something, and that man’s freedom is on the line and I could say something to help the situation, I’m gonna say it. If I don’t say it, I just won’t say nothing.”

Mill continues:

“What type of lie is that to make up? Who makes stuff up like? It was actually somebody else there. They said they didn’t want to involve they self in it. But she know. She definitely was there.”

Minaj has yet to respond to these comments as of press time.

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Watch: The Breakfast Club Meek Mill Interview 5/10/2018

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