Plus, Meek sat down with The Breakfast Club to talk about his new mission of bringing awareness to the nationwide problems involving the probation system. The radio dialogue also contained the 30-year-old's reaction to his ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj refusing to back up his accusation that Common Pleas Court Judge Genece E. Brinkley asked him to remake a Boyz II Men song.
"What type of lie is that to make up? Who makes stuff up like?" offered Meek about Judge Brinkley allegedly wanting a new version of "On Bended Knee" with a shout out to her in the song. "It was actually somebody else there. They said they didn't want to involve they self in it. But she know. She definitely was there."
The Philadelphia rhymer added, "I wasn't feeling that. [Nicki] shouldn't have said nothing and we leave it at that... when it comes to freedom, I don't care who it is - this could be Safaree, this could be anybody - if I know something, and that man's freedom is on the line and I could say something to help the situation, I'm gonna say it. If I don't say it, I just won't say nothing."
Meek made it clear he doesn't have any bad blood with Minaj at the moment. The Dreamchasers chief also told DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God that he's moved beyond his past conflicts with Wale, Drake, 50 Cent, Game, Wack 100, Beanie Sigel, and other former rivals.
In addition, the Q&A featured Mill chatting about the legal issues connected to his original 2008 conviction, breaking his addiction to Percocets, surviving the meme-heavy "Back to Back" era, giving advice to younger artists, and more topics related to the Hip Hop star.