Meek Mill caught a case of Thread Fingers on Thursday and spoke out against shady record labels and business people who try to treat him like he’s “mentally slow.”
The dream-chasing rapper, whose real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams, wrote:
Business people trying to treat me mentally show is my biggest challenge…sometimes I wanna just show them how I make people really pay for trying me. Because they play a lot of mental games…but the games we play are too extreme for them. What do I do? Because one day something gone happen…
Meek Mill went on to share how he is getting closer to the point where he is willing to risk it all to tell the truth and save others from falling victim to the games played by record labels.
Ima put my life at risk to make a big statement so this don’t continue in rap music. They stealing all the money and they got a lawyer on their side!
Meek shared his Threads post via Instagram and added the following caption:
It’s almost to a point where we going to aim artist and their entourage towards the ones taking out money and leading us to bad business decisions…
F**k these labels they operating without consequences in the biggest scheme to date! Lawyers working with corporations mentally challenging young kids with business they can’t understand taking all the benefits!
IF YOU LETTING LABELS TAKE YOUR MONEY HOW YOU BEEFING WITH NI**AS IN THE HOOD OVER NOTHING … and yes I own 100% of my masters and pub as we speak!
Meek Mill clearly has reached the point of no return and he refuses to sit back and let record labels take advantage of people on his watch.
We catch y’all stealing we in the streets with it f**k it …
I been had my life on the line in the street … if we gone make life about something let’s stand on something worth it.
IF YOU BEEN TAKEN ADVANTAGE BY PEOPLE THAT YOU WOULD REALLY MAKE CRY TAP IN THIS GOTTA STOP …
I’ll die for this or go to jail but take from me shiddddd lol
See Meek’s original post below.
In 1991, A Tribe Called Quest told y’all what was up in their classic tune, “Check The Rhime”:
Industry rule number four thousand and eighty Record company people are shady So kids watch your back 'cause I think they smoke crack I don't doubt it, look at how they act
Hopefully, Meek Mill can spark change in without losing his life or going to jail.