Meek Mill Has Been Swapping Out Lori Harvey Lyric Onstage Because Trey Songz Is ‘My Guy’

Meek Mill's Lori Harvey line on "Going Bad" has been getting a live tweak. According to Meek, the change is about respect for her relationship with Trey Songz.


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Meek Mill has been changing up some lines on his Championships track "Going Bad" to reflect Trey Songz's current relationship with Lori Harvey.

As you know, the studio version of the song sees Meek deliver the following line about Harvey, who's currently dating Songz:

Bitch, I graduated, call me Big Fish
I got Lori Harvey on my wishlist
That's the only thing I want for Christmas

As seen in recent live footage of the song, however, Meek has been amending that line to:

l took Lori Harvey off my wish list
That's what Trigga Trey wanted for Christmas

In a tweet explaining this move Tuesday, Meek clarified that he "sometimes" swaps out the line. "Trey my guy," he said. "I can't just be reckless."

That’s my dawg I take her off sometimes Trey my guy I can’t just be reckless Ya know 😅😅😅😅 🏆🏆she’s fire!

— MeekMill (@MeekMill) February 20, 2019

Meek was recently made the subject of some Michael Rapaport commentary, who—in a series of widely mocked tweets over the weekend—put forth his opinion that Meek is a "trash rapper." The Atypical star later backed off that particular word, telling Sway that Meek "absolutely" does not qualify for the "trash rapper" label. "I wish I could take that word back," he said Tuesday. "I'm harsh with my hip-hop opinions and it's the wrong word. It's not valid, it's not true, it's not reasonable. It was a stupid word to use."

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