Meek Mill Defends Diddy “I don’t believe no Diddy story”

In his latest candid outburst online, Monday morning, rapper Meek Mill vehemently dismissed the recent accusations against Sean “Diddy” Combs, citing his own experiences with falsehoods in the media. “I don’t believe no Diddy story once they lied about me now!” Meek Mill asserted, expressing his frustration over the impact of rumours on his family, particularly his 12-year-old son.

Meek Mill and Diddy

Meek‘s defence of Diddy, 54, comes amidst a flurry of personal revelations and critiques aimed at various figures in the music industry. The rapper also recounted an incident involving his former associate, Wale, during a fight at a party.


According to Meek Mill, he intervened to help Wale, who was being attacked at his own birthday celebration. This act of loyalty was juxtaposed with Meek’s later realization that Wale never reciprocated his friendship, a revelation that he says left him feeling betrayed.

The Philadelphia-born artiste didn’t stop there. He also targeted DJ Akademiks, responding to Akademiks’ criticism of J. Cole’s recent apology to Kendrick Lamar. Meek accused Akademiks of being a disruptive force in the rap community, allegedly motivated by external influences: “A white man pays him to disrupt the rap community,” Meek claimed, demanding accountability.


These comments from Meek Mill offer a glimpse into the complex web of relationships and tensions within the rap industry. By publicly addressing these issues, Meek has sparked conversations about authenticity, loyalty, and the impact of rumours and narratives in shaping public perception.

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