It’s been a tough couple of weeks for Meek Mill, who drew the ire of Whataburger, the Undertaker and roughly half the NFL after engaging in a war of words with Drake – and responding to a pair of sizzling diss tracks from the Prince of the Provinces with, uh, yeah.
And while just about everyone took a moment to kick Meek while he was down, no one has been as quick with the boot as Pistons guard and music aficionado Brandon Jennings.
Jennings, who’s been rocking with Drake’s OVO crew for six years, has made his allegiances clear since the beginning of the beef. He crossed paths with Mill’s business manager when “Charged Up” dropped – there’s no ill-will between the two, he says; he just won’t argue with people who don’t know the difference between “too” and “to” – then offered to write Mill a check for $150 to cut his losses before it all gets out of control.
As if Mill hasn’t been humiliated enough, Jennings is continuing his offensive. Fresh off of attending the OVO Fest in Toronto, where Drake, Will Smith and Kanye West collectively pointed fingers and laughed at the Philadelphia native, Jennings shared his hot take with TMZ over Mill’s suddenly not-so-bright future.
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“That’s over,” he said when asked if Mill has a chance of coming back. “That shit is finito. His career just got started and now it’s done. I feel sorry for him.”
Jennings also called Mill “corny” during his spiel and said he only has himself to blame for getting into this mess. Fair? It looks like it. But while we all wait to see what else Mill has in store, Jennings better be careful with his words from now on. That is, unless he’s looking to catch a wedgie.