- Meek Mill has responded to Kanye West suggesting that he hooked up with his wife, Kim Kardashian
- In a series of tweets, Kanye ended up accusing his wife of cheating on him with the popular rapper
- Meek Mill took to social media to share one tweet with his opinion on the controversial matter
Meek Mill caught a stray bullet in Kanye West's recent rant. The God Is King hitmaker accused Kim Kardashian of hooking up with Mill. Kanye said that that his wife had been out of line when she had a meeting with Meek at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Beverly Hills to discuss prison reform.
He went on to say that he has been demanding a divorce from Kim ever since the incident. Meek Mill took to Twitter on Wednesday, 22 July to answer the allegations. The rapper didn't say much except:
“Sh*t is cappp cmon…”
This suggests that the allegations were not true.
In related news, Kanye has threatened to expose the Kardashian clan if his wife tries to "lock him up". The family has a lot of dirty laundry that has been left out of their show, including secret deals, feuds and surgeries.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Draya Michele has been trending on social media after she commented on Megan Thee Stallion's shooting. Rapper Tory Lanez was arrested on a gun charge following the shooting in Los Angeles on Sunday, 12 July.
The former Basketball Wives reality TV star made her comments during a recent episode on Steelo Brim's podcast Wine & Weed. The podcast only began circulating online on Wednesday, 22 July.
Draya predicted that Megan and Tory were romantically involved, according to media reports. She likened the shooting to a display of love and affection. XXL reports that Draya condoned the shooting and it appears that Megan has responded to her comments via Twitter.
"I predict that they had some sort of Bobby and Whitney love that drove them down this Snapped-esque type of road. I'm here for it. I like that. I want you to like me so much you shoot me in the foot too," said Draya.
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