Meek Mill has been bashing the major labels for years.

In 2020, he accused them of putting Black kids in slave deals.

“Wassup with all these DIFFERENT RACE men got all these young black kids in slave contracts in the music business? Come get wit us you need help fixing ya situation  #DC X #ROCNATION  it’s literally stealing now we found something we can get rich off!” Meek typed on Twitter.

Earlier this year, he typed something similar. 

“They operating without consequences in the biggest scheme to date,” Meek claimed. “Lawyers working with corporations [mentally] challenging young kids with business they can’t understand, taking all the benefits… IF YOU LETTING LABELS TAKE YOUR MONEY HOW YOU BEEFING WITH N-GGAS IN THE HOOD OVER NOTHING.”

In another post, he brought himself into the equation.

“Real killers and robber know they would die if they touched me… but I’m letting business people take what’s mines idk mannnm I don’t really know how to handle this one … I’m off the net,” he wrote.

Despite all of that animus, this week he put out an open request for any and all major labels to come work with him.

“Looking for major distribution for “DREAM CHASER RECORDS”  asap,” Meek typed.

Does Meek make any sense?  Ever?


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