Over the weekend, large sections of social media were engrossed in conversations about a nearly violent incident outside a club in Atlanta. Video footage shows Meek Mill’s entourage and Tekashi 6ix9ine’s entourage nearly coming to blows.
Initially, Meek took to Twitter to address the reports about his public confrontation with the internet troll-turned rapper-turned-federal government witness. He claimed 6ix9ine and law enforcement were trying to set him up.
The Philadelphia emcee tweeted, “The headline should be: he waited outside a restaurant and popped up with the cops recording with his phone out! He tried to line me up to go to jail!”
The headline should be: he waited outside a restaurant and popped up with the cops recording with his phone out! He tried to line me up to go to jail! https://t.co/gWAK3AEnbG
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) February 14, 2021
Wack 100 was one of the internet users that decided to share his thoughts on the incident. He called out Meek on his Instagram page for not fighting 6ix9ine that night.
The well-known business associate of The Game, Ray-J, and Blueface also uploaded a 9-minute video where he talked about the situation. Wack posted on IG:
@safaree was chased down right #SelectivePoliticing -I keep it real. If any man I gotta issue with approached me in a threatening way you will be attacked. Your team against mine if that’s the set up. Either way it’s suppose to be smoke. #RattsUp1 – Fact YOU GOT PULLED UP ON —— DONT GRAB THE CAMERA BALL YA FIST UP OR GRAB THE PEACE MAKER —-
Meek answered Wack with a now-deleted Instagram post that included audio of Wack supposedly talking badly about one of his friends. The IG caption read:
This is @wack100 talking behind his “blood homie” back to me when he supposed to be smoke! Never believe this old manipulator. He really pusssy and will have you crash to protect hisself… It’s sad you out here tryna mislead the youngins on the net… You run up on me if you wanna set a example! You biting your homie back out to opps while it’s on, LOL. You were excited from that Nip situation IDK how they let you rock in LA… I think you a Fed also! Didn’t you just get shot off the net? LOL #Wack100Exposed I love going at you fake bullies…”
The Game and Meek Mill have had beef in the past over the issue of “snitching” in connection to a robbery involving Sean Kingston. As Game’s manager, Wack 100 supposedly worked to quell the bad blood between his client and Meek in 2016, but things appeared to get rocky again three years later when Wack stated that the late Nipsey Hussle was not a Hip Hop legend which led to Meek publicly pushing back against Wack’s comments about Nipsey.