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Meek Mill Blasts Record Label, Says He Didn’t Get Paid

Meek Mill blows up his record label.

Fresh off his album dear pain, rapper Dream Chasers took to Twitter to lay out his issues with his record company, claiming he hadn’t received money for his music and was looking to take legal action.

“I don’t get paid by the music and I don’t know how much money the labels make me!!!!! I need lawyers ASAP!!!” he wrote in a since-deleted tweet.

Tweet by Meek Mill

In subsequent tweets, he questioned the label’s accounting. “Ask the record company? how much did you spend on me as an artist? then you ask how much did you make me as an artist?

He even threatened to publish his contract. “I’m about to go public with my recording contract by Monday just so the world can see what these people are up to!!!” Meek said before swearing to war. “I’m a war for anything that undermines all ruthless vibes!”

Meek, who is managed by Roc Nation, did not specify whether he was referring to Maybach Music Group and/or Atlantic Records. Last month he released his fifth studio album dear pain, which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.

Earlier this year, there were reports that Meek had become frustrated with his contract with Maybach Music and wanted out. He also reportedly refused his MMG boss Rick Ross entry to his section when he celebrated his birthday at Miami nightclub LIV in May.

“Apparently they are arguing with each other ni**a because they are trying to leave the label,” DJ Akademiks said. “I hear they want to drop the label. It’s been an ongoing conversation. The ni**a they’re signed to showed up at their party, they weren’t happy. And when that person is presented, there have been problems.

On Saturday, Meek headlined his “Meek Mill and Friends” concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden with special guests Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Fabolous, and more.