In a pair of tweets shared Monday, Meek noted that Yung Ro is an artist in his own right and shouldn't be constantly referred to as "Meek Mill's artist." He also said Yung Ro and Blueface are now "arguing about nothing," which is something he wants no part of, and pointed to his important work toward criminal justice reform.
"I try to be quiet but I'm watching y'all tryna line my team with these bogus tricks," he said. "I don't want any involvement in that shit . . . I'm tryna change a law right now!"
The back-and-forth stems from comments made amid Yung Ro's announcement that he was buying his mother a new home, choosing to complete that gesture before rewarding himself with a personal gift of jewelry. Blueface seemingly referenced this again in a recent Instagram Stories update that was still live at the time of this writing.
Meek Mill, meanwhile, recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of his CHAMPIONSHIPS album. Also last month, he unveiled a new Lids collaboration with proceeds going toward REFORM Alliance. For info on REFORM and how to get involved, click here.