(AllHipHop News) Even after he got hit with back-to-back response tracks, even after he became the butt of numerous jokes, even after the phrase "Twitter fingers" has joined the Hip Hop lexicon, Meek Mill does not regret calling out Drake for using a "ghostwriter" on his "R.I.C.O." verse.
In an interview with GQ, Meek let it be known he still does not have any concerns about taking aim at Drizzy back in July. Mark Anthony Green asked the Philadelphia rapper and his girlfriend Nicki Minaj if they regretted their respective social media rants this summer (Minaj criticized MTV for not nominating "Anaconda" for Video Of The Year).
"I'm very happy I tweeted about the VMAs, because 'Anaconda' had too much of a cultural impact to not be up," replied Nicki. "When these pop girls have a moment like that, they get nominated for every award, and they win it. And I was happy that people spoke out for me. People used their voices in the media to say this is true."
She added, "[Meek and I are] doing so well now collectively. And I want to thank God and my fans. And his fans. We don't have to do anything to anyone for any bogus reasons."
Meek then offered his own 10 word overly self-confident response, "And of course you know Meek Mill don't regret nothing."
Read Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj's full GQ interview here.
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