AceShowbiz - Meek Mill has been made aware of Kanye West's comments that seemed to criticize him. Kanye suggested Meek Mill was a hypocrite, and the latter took to Instagram to let his fans know how he felt about the criticism.
Kanye sparked feud with fellow rapper Meek Mill following an interview on the Big Boy's Neighborhood radio show as he called out hip hop artists who "rap about things that can get you locked up, then say you're about prison reform."
The "Jesus Is King" star didn't mention any names, but fans were convinced it was a jab at Meek Mill since he fitted Kanye's description - supporting prison reform while talking about drugs and violence on his songs. He was soon tagged on social media and flooded with comments letting him know about Kanye's statement.
Meek Mill then posted a picture of him with a group of powerful black men sharing laugh together. Jay-Z and Kevin Hart were in the photo. Since Kanye didn't drop any names, he didn't either. "I'm on this side of the game......kev on this side too he saying something funny," he wrote in the cryptic caption.
Meel Mill was not the only one offended by Kanye following the release of his Gospel album. "Dancing with the Stars" pro dancer Val Chmerkovskiy also hit back at Kanye after the latter dissed "DWTS" despite his wife Kim Kardashian was once a contestant on the ABC show.
Kanye became a born-again Christian over the summer. He released his first Gospel album on October 25 after numerous delays. Before working on the album, he almost quit because he thought rap was the devil's music.