Ever since Kanye West put that godforsaken MAGA hat on again over the weekend, plenty of celebrities and former fans have taken a moment to voice their opinion on the matter. Yeezy's Donald Trump fanboy antics haven't exactly been met with the most welcoming of arms, with Lana Del Rey and Chris Evans already having expressed their disapproval of both the hat and his proposal to abolish the 13th amendment. Now Meek Mill can count himself among those taking a stand against 'Ye.

Unlike Evans and Del Rey, however, Meek kept his response pretty brief. Tweeting out a video that urges Kanye to list to the message within, Meek simply wrote, "Make America great again is disrespect." The MAGA hat, which Trump campaigned with, has become a symbol for his supporters and white supremacists. Perhaps unsurprisingly, those two demographics overlap.

Kanye's appearance on SNL, during which he wore the hat, has sparked controversy. But his post on Instagram, which followed his appearance on SNL, really got everyone talking. "This represents good and America becoming whole again," he wrote in the caption for his MAGA hat-sporting selfie. "We will provide jobs for all who are free from prisons as we abolish the 13th amendment." 

Shortly after Kanye shared the post, Chris Evans wrote on Twitter, "There's nothing more maddening than debating someone who doesn't know history, doesn't real books, and frames their myopia as virtue."

Lana Del Rey didn't let up either, commenting on the post herself, writing, "I can only assume you relate to his personality on some level. Delusions of Grandeur, extreme issues with narcissism." At this rate, the whole world is going to be against 'Ye. 

Meek may not have had a lot of time to write out a long, drawn-out response to Kanye's antics, as the Philly rapper is set to co-star in the upcoming '12 O'Clock Boys' film, Deadline reports. The film, directed by Angel Manuel Soto, will be Meek's studio feature debut.