Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill and fellow artist Louie V Gutta gave the Twitter world something to laugh about last night (June 2) after getting into a tense argument over a chain-snatching incident. #Frenemy
Tensions initially boiled when Gutta referenced someone getting their jewelry taken at Sunday’s Hot 97 Summer Jam concert.
“”what goes around comes around…karma,” Louie tweeted June 2. (Louie V Gutta’s Twitter)
Meek eventually responded to Gutta’s comment and shot back a warning.
“Slow got the chain back u got took chill bro u drawing! RT @LouieVGutta: what goes around comes around…karma,” Meek wrote June 2. (Meek Mill’s Twitter)
Upset by Meek’s remark, Gutta went on a mini-rant against the Philadelphia native.
“And u outta pocket tweetin me some sh*t when u can call me @MeekMill that’s nut sh*t! call me”
“and Idc how G a n*gga is…if a n*gga got the drop on you…and they strapped ain’t sh*t u can do! f*ck y’all want me to box a bullet?”
“You go to bat for slowbucks but not ya own artist! U a real like d*ck rider” (Louie V Gutta’s Twitter)
Meek appeared to end things by suggesting for Louie to reach out to him.
“I ain’t calling nothing n*gga! @LouieVGutta I ain’t never outta pocket n*gga! Ima b home tonight” (Meek Mill’s Twitter)
Reports claim a fight sparked during a G-Unit reunion set.
Tonight’s set included Lloyd Banks & 50 performing “On Fire” together, among a few other G-Unit classics. As noteworthy as the music itself, however, was 50’s chain. Reportedly stolen from Slowbucks backstage just before the show, the accessory was worn by the G-Unit general for the entire set. Curtis and Slowbucks have been at odds due to an ongoing spat involving Fiddy’s son Marquise. A fight reportedly broke out during G-Unit’s set when Slow was refused entry onto the stage. (HNHH)