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The fallout from Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill’s short-lived romance has produced tabloid fodder and some fuel for Remy Ma’s epic diss track, "shETHER." Now it appears conspiracy theories can be added to that list, courtesy of a since-deleted Instagram comment by Meek himself.
Meek specifically took aim at Karen Civil and the site Baller Alert with a lengthy post about what appeared to be a series of unflattering posts.
meek mill going in on karen civil. it is fucking boiling right now in the internet streets my guy. dead ass. pic.twitter.com/dfOj0ZMM9i— Kenny (@PhillyCustoms) March 17, 2017
“Y’all be hating with y’all corny ass captions…” Meek wrote. “This a club and I’m not performing. I’m just letting the 2300 people that came to [sic] club hear me...y’all bum ass internet hoes being paid by Nicki lol to try to Discredit my name @karencivil @ballerert [sic] my sister tryna catch up with y’all cornball ass bitches … this my last time speaking on y’all miserable ass clowns lol by the way Karen I got the tapes of ya corny ass saying nicki paying y’all for this geek shit …. After all I did for ya nut ass y’all sold y’all souls for a few bands … why y’all don't post about that man molesting that lil girl? Oh I forgot y’all on payroll … and robin im in the a u gone learn about playing wit my plate! I dare one of y’all to say something Ima [sic] expose this wack ass blog platform.”
Meek has since deleted his comment featuring the inflammatory claims, but you can view Meek’s deleted post above courtesy of a screen capture by Philly Customs.
Among the allegations of paid, unflattering content was what appeared to be a shot at Nicki Minaj's brother and his upcoming trial. After reportedly turning down two plea deals, Nicki Minaj’s brother Jelani Maraj is scheduled to stand trial after being indicted for rape charges stemming from a 2015 allegation. Earlier this year, Meek Mill deleted his Instagram account entirely, so there is somewhat of a precedent for his social media behavior.
Neither Minaj nor Civil, a brand and marketing strategist, have publicly responded to the claims of taking payments to post unfavorable content about Meek.