50 CentÂ has been on a roll for some time now. He has never been one not to share how he feels about anything. Now he has questions for certain rapper.
50 Cent was recently on an episodeÂ ofÂ Young Money Radio and questions about a particular rapper. This conversation was a little different for 50 Cent as he did not reveal any names. He did howeverÂ mention criminal justice work which made some believe he was talking about Meek Mill.
“If you said said to me â€”Â I’m not going to say who I’m talking about, right,” 50 told hostÂ Lil Wayne. “I’m just gonna say, if you represent prison reform, how do you sign to a correctional officer and you managed by a snitch? Help me, help me with this, man.Â I just look at certain shit and I go, ‘Wait, how isÂ that?”
The correctional officer remark was most likely a jab at Meek signing to Maybach Music Group, which was founded former correctional officer Rick Ross. 50 Cent also said Meek was signed to a “snitch” which most likely referred to Roc Nation COOÂ Desiree Perez. It has been widely speculated that Perez cooperated with theÂ Drug Enforcement Administration in the 1990s.
50 Cent sneak disses Meek Mill on the Young Money Radio. Shout out Lil Wayne. pic.twitter.com/bTqp89VYAv— M i n k (@Minkboi) July 4, 2020
Since 2017 Meek has been an advocate for criminal justice reform. In addition to this, Meek has been goning back and forth with 50 Cent’s former friend andÂ protÃ©gÃ©,Â 6ix9ine. Meek threw jabs at 6ix9ine for cooperating with authorities during his federal racketeering case.
6ix9ineÂ went to social media to display the paperwork of the rappersÂ who went in on him about being a snitch.”
“Meek Mill, you can’t pick and choose who you want to call rats. This is public information … Sir, you know,” he said. “Ever since Nicki left you, you are a nobody … Did you forget who you was? I forgot what Drake said, what did Drake say? ‘Was that your tour or your girl’s tour?'”
6ix9ine Puts Meek Mill And Jay z On Blast For Hanging With A Snitch pic.twitter.com/mE2EDcLbRJ— M2M RECORDS (@m2mrecordings) June 12, 2020