After leaving the Drake beef behind in 2018, Meek Mill has his sights set on a new and arguably more deserving target: Michael Rapaport, who provoked the rapper in a series of tweets following Meek's performance at the NBA All-Star game in Charlotte.
Rapaport clearly didn't enjoy Meek Mill's halftime performance: "Meek Mill, great story. Great look. Trash rapper. Sorry," he wrote at the start of a series of Twitter insults, including the claim that Meek "isn't even a top 20 rapper from Philadelphia." Read all of Rapaport's tweets at Consequence of Sound.
On Monday evening, Meek responded. "Aye @michealrapaport don’t ever use the word trash when you speaking on nothing from our culture unless you tryna get trashed." Meek went on to produce a selfie he took with Rapaport at a previous NBA game. Read his tweets below via HotNewHipHop.
Rapaport seems happy with the attention, retweeting support from followers and discussing the episode on an episode of his podcast "I Am Rapaport." He walked back calling Meek Mill "trash," but said he believes the rapper is "overrated." He said: "The fact that Meek Mill went so hard at me, I just wished he would have went that hard at Drake." He went on to praise Meek for his prison reform initiative with JAY-Z and Robert Kraft.
Meek Mill's most recent album Championships dropped in November, and it is not trash.