In a recent set of now-deleted Instagram posts on November 21, Meek Mill took aim at Trippie Redd, suggesting an apparent feud between the two. Despite not explicitly stating the cause of the dispute, the Philadelphia native expressed discontent, writing, “This guy no good!!!” and expressing surprise at Trippie Redd mentioning his name.
Meek Mill, without providing specific details, claimed to have witnessed Trippie Redd appearing apprehensive when confronted by individuals in Los Angeles. Meek Mill then challenged Trippie Redd and those who encouraged him to mention Meek’s name, stating, “I ain’t even know you said my name… If you f*** with me f*** this guy right here… I wanna stand on n****s freely saying my name make it tight outside! I ain’t even know you said my name I seen you get pulled in a room by the gangstas in la you was scared but let’s see how tough yall guys are! I can’t believe these Philly young bulls gassed you to say my name. Look like you repping the devil ima show how trying god is @trippieredd.”
Going further, Meek Mill asserted that Philadelphia was off-limits for Trippie Redd, dubbing it a “no-fly zone.” The Dream Chasers rapper hinted at the possibility of a physical confrontation but concluded his tirade with a plea to “stop the violence.”
Addressing Trippie Redd directly, Meek Mill advised, “If you’re not ready for Philly, just mind your business.” He warned of the consequences, claiming that Trippie Redd is not well-received “from Maine to Spain.”
Meek Mill also made insinuations about Trippie Redd’s character, suggesting a connection to devil worship and challenging him to prove his strength. Despite the confrontational tone, Meek Mill concluded with a call for peace, urging everyone to “stop the violence” and sending blessings.
The controversy between Meek Mill and Trippie Redd has stirred discussions across social media platforms, with fans and followers weighing in on the conflict. It remains to be seen how this online feud will unfold and whether it will have any real-world consequences.