According to the rapper-turned-podcaster, he realized his mistake after receiving a few phone calls from ladies he respects.
"I'm apologizing for the careless manner in which I joked about her mental health,"he said. "That didn't sit right with my soul and my spirit."
"But that's not funny," he continued. "Because whether you believe her or don't believe her, can you afford to be wrong? And the answer is no."
"I would not feel right if that girl went home and she did something to herself," Joe added. "Then I would just be a part of the pile-on. And there is seemingly a Meg hate train going on across [social media]."
"Personally, I've seen this woman do horrible things to some really great people that I have a long-standing relationship with here in this industry," he said on the program. "So I'm biased. You can’t just treat my friends, and people I fuck with, and people I’ve seen in this game for 15 years a certain way. Joe argued that his contempt for Megan was unrelated to her role in the Tory Lanez trial.