After reports surfaced Monday morning that Meek Mill parted ways with Roc Nation management, the rapper joined the conversation to clarify the news.
He kicked off his series of tweets Monday afternoon by shedding light on recent probation reform advancements achieved in Florida and citing the work of the Reform Alliance — a nonprofit organization created with Roc Nation founder, Jay-Z.
Meek then addressed the departure rumors.
“All I seen today was meek and roc part ways,” he wrote. “…I’m personally handling my own business so I can take risk and grow ..we came to that agreement together..I have a label deal with roc for my artist and I got reform super tied with them and many other investments wit jigga”
In follow-up tweets, Meek expanded upon his grievances with Atlantic Records — to which he says he’s been signed since 2014 — clarifying the difference between the music label and Roc, his management.
“And roc nation is my family don’t mix my post aimed at Atlantic mixed up with roc or MMG,” he said “…they ain’t stop nothing I’m doing we made about a 100m together des mike and Hov saved my life b4 And put a lot of energy into it I’m not behind on my favors in life wit my people I’m good.”
The Philly native says he “only made 11m on records out of like a 100m..” and “only could drop every 9 months.”
Despite his continued label woes, Meek ended off by tweeting a message of confidence and optimism.
“Luckily I built my money and resources up they woulda starved me out…. Ima make that 11 million dollars one project … s**t might be sponsored by a bank or one of my friends! Let’s see what happens lol,” he wrote.
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