Approached by a paparazzo this past weekend, Tammy addressed the craziness and refused to predict who’d win in a real fight.
“That’s crazy,” Tammy said when asked about Safaree and Meek’s fight. “It’s sad – I think it’ll actually bring [Safaree] more publicity. Yeah. He should have swung at something. Sh*t.” (TMZ)
This past weekend, hip-hop personality DJ Self cleared up rumors about his involvement in the fight.
“I don’t really like to do things like this because I feel like this is corny. But to protect my name and my brand, I feel like I have to address this. Alright, now there was an issue that happened yesterday and both parties are friends of mine. I rock with both of them and I do not like to get in-between people’s beef. If I do, I like to squash it as opposed to provoke it. Now it was no way, no how I could ever line somebody up or set somebody up. So it was impossible for me to do that because I didn’t know either party was going to be there when I got there – if you watch the video, I was trying to mediate the situation. Hopefully these two brothers can get together and work it out. If they can’t, at least coexist with each other. I just want the people to know I would never ever do anything.”
A couple days ago, a screenshot surfaced of West Coast rapper Game showing an interest in seeing Meek Mill in-person.
Hours prior, Safaree Samuels accused Meek of having goons sent his way.