Kanye West feels Meek Mill is a joke during his Clubhouse interview with Wack 100 last night. Kanye West was talking with Wack 100 on Clubhouse on Saturday (Dec. 10), when he brought up his infamous "White Lives Matter" t-shirt that he wore during Paris Fashion Week in October.
The Chicago rapper-producer then targeted Meek Mill, among the numerous celebs who chastised him for wearing the offensive shirt. That's when Kanye bursts out laughing at the thought of Meek offering him advice.
he said before laughing: "And I put White Lives Matter on a t-shirt. And they said, you know what let's go get celebrities, let's go get Puff Daddy, let's get Dave Chappelle, let's get Meek Mills. What makes somebody think Meek Mills can say something to me? This is the funniest thing. "Yo man, I'm about to start crying laughing, somebody thought Meek Mills? Sorry. I'm literally in tears. Somebody say Meek Mills."
"That part was really funny to me," Ye added.
Meek Mill was outspoken about Kanye West's recent anti-Semitic rants and unpredictable conduct. The Philadelphia rapper released a freestyle over DJ Khaled's "God Did" in November, in which he claimed Kanye sold his soul.
"Make a hundred million dollars and still go get my friends after," Meek raps on the song. "And that don't go for everybody, just the only ones that bend backwards for me/I will never sell my soul for money, like I’m Kanye."
Meek's track was written in reaction to Kanye West's interview on the Drink Champs podcast, in which he stated that the reason Meek is not in jail is that he made a deal with the government to continue riding on Ye's coattails.