When Meek Mill came to Atlanta’s MixShowLive Summit this weekend, not only did he bring a little bit of buzz with 50 Cent and his friend Trav getting into it, but also by taking the stage with his boss Rick Ross’ enemy. It’s no secret that the two hip-hop stars have had a few unpleasant run-ins, but Philly’s own Maybach Music Group rapper wants no parts of it. Watch as Meek Mill shares his opinion about 50 and Rick Ross’ beef, and why he’ll probably never work with 50 Cent’s rapper, Kidd Kidd, who was in the process of sharing new music with the crowd. Though many celebrities disregard outside opinions, Meek Mill still has one leg in the streets, so it’s important for him to set his own record straight.

Meek Mill sets record straight about Rick Ross and 50 Cent beef

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