Meek Mill Releases 'Heathenism' EP f/ Future and Fivio Foreign

The Philly MC dropped new music after addressing allegations about his sexuality and a new Diddy lawsuit.

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Meek Mill has dropped new music after addressing allegations made involving him and Diddy.

On Thursday, the Philadelphia rapper got into a public spat with DJ Akademiks about the lawsuit that producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones filed against Diddy. It alleges sexual harassment as well as Diddy and a rapper having "engaged in sexual intercourse." Although Meek wasn't specifically referenced in the lawsuit, it mentioned "a Philadelphia rapper who dated Nicki Minaj."

Now, the Dream Chasers Records founder has surprised listeners with a new EP, Heathenism. On the five-track, 16-minute pack are features from Fivio Foreign ("Whatever I Want") and Future ("Giving Chanel"). Heathenism also marks Meek's first solo effort since his 2022 mixtape Flamerz 5, and follows Too Good to Be True, his 2023 collaborative album with Rick Ross.

On X, Meek shared a Heathenism trailer, writing that "them corny ass internet campaign not strong enough to stop this haaa."

This why they dropping hate campaigns…. Ima drop ever 2 weeks on they ask and use my voice over this internet glitching shit! I own this round of music also … them corny ass internet campaign not strong enough to stop this haaa

— MeekMill (@MeekMill) February 28, 2024
Twitter: @MeekMill

Stream Heathenism on Spotify or Apple Music now.

Following his lengthy tirade against Akademiks, Meek saved some energy for fellow social media personality Andrew Tate and got back to the allegations. He also claimed in one X post that the lawsuit was "fake news," citing a report from NBC News about Black celebrities being at the center of AI-generated misinformation.

Meek ultimately vowed to "expose who's behind trying to kill the black image of the most influential artist."

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