Meek Mill has responded to his album with Rick Ross, Too Good to Be True, selling 31,000 units in its first week and opening at number 23 on the Billboard 200 charts.

In short, the Philly rhymer said that chart placements don’t matter, because he’s still making tons of money.

“I’m getting a million a song,” wrote Meek on Instagram. “So, that’s 62,500 every bar I speak…. They say this rap sh*t dying must be on billboard because it’s not to meek!”

But some didn’t buy his claim and said he should stop exaggerating.

“U doing waaaay to much explaining and tryna justify them low album sales,” one person wrote. “Its ok to admit the album not doing that great…the streets not buying or playing that sh*t like youre claiming. It wasnt a flop…just wasnt as successful as youre tryna spin it to be.”

What do you think about Meek’s claim?


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