Meek Mill Admits To Being "Out Of Control" During Beef With Drake
The "Wins And Losses", the rapper flaunts a more mature side on Hot 97's "Ebro In The Morning."
New York, new York – Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill reveals a more mature side during an interview on Friday (July 21) with Hot 97's Ebro In The Morning and discussed his regret for the beef with Drake.
During his feud with the 6 God, who gave birth to a handful of diss tracks and seemingly endless chatter about about in Hip Hop, Meek says that he was at a point in his life where he was "out of control".
The 30-year-old MC added that it "could have approached things better" with Drizzy, and he would be willing to have a conversation with the Canadian music titan at some point.
"I was as out of control at that point," Meek said. "The way that I was going to come in all over the world. I've offended a lot of people at that time. Even the way she was talking, the things that I said ... we had a few things that I'm not very agree with you that I was not. And when I'm off the shits, I'm out of the shits. I'm getting to a thousand kilometers per hour. I don't give a fuck about anyone, how I was going to come. And to me as a person, now when I'm not well...I think I could have approached things better. It is what it is."
While Meek seems to have buried the hatchet with Drake, he does not offer some of the possible subliminal shots at his ex Nicki Minaj in her newly-released album of Wins And Losses.
In the Dougie-produced "Streams of 1942," Meek raps, "Cut out of it, act like she is dead and to kill her." Later in the song, Meek mentioned Nicki by name, as he cautions bloggers about to ask you about your past relationship in the interviews.
Meek concludes with the last verse of "Flows of 1942," as he raps, "Heard that bitch say that she cut me out, I said good-bye."
View the total of 36 minutes of the previous interview.