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Why Meek Mill’s heated argument on Clubhouse was childish

Currently, Meek is trending all over Twitter, with numerous people weighing in on his rant that happened in the ungodly hours of the morning.

Why Meek Mill’s heated argument on Clubhouse was childish

MIAMI, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 02: American rapper Meek Mill looks on before Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium on February 02, 2020 in Miami, Florida

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It was just like any other day on the new, audio-centric social platform, Clubhouse. People expressed their opinions on various topics such as money-related matters, aspirations for the new year, and opinions of the world.

Although this is great, and despite everything that Clubhouse has done to prevent situations from getting out of hand, such as banning people for screen recording conversations and other disorderly modes of conduct, yet content is still being released to gossip blogs and other social media platforms, such as Meek Mill's heated debate blowing up on Twitter.


Currently, Meek is trending all over Twitter, with numerous people weighing in on his rant that happened in the ungodly hours of the morning. Countless memes, jokes, and hilarious banter poking fun at the Philadelphia rapper have been oddly entertaining, as well as the commentary that he was getting riled up about.



In one recording, as expressed above, Meek was yelling at someone in a chatroom on the app while Atlanta-based rapper 21 Savage was trying to diffuse the situation a bit. When Meek questioned who was speaking, he then dissed the man out of nowhere, saying: You a p***y, you come from Delaware," which quite frankly is unnecessary and downright rude.

One spectator named Ernest Owens heard the full conversation, stating that Meek was on the app for two hours complaining about how Black men don't uplift other Black men, even comparing himself to Martin Luther King Jr. at one point.


Essentially the man that he was yelling at did not agree with everything that he was saying, so Meek was angered by that so much that he threatened and suggested that the man get kicked out of the clubhouse chat.

A little after, and I suppose coming to the realization has that he was doing way too much on the app, he has since apologized for getting out of hand.

"Ima have a better reaction in 2021... I apologize when snap out sometimes," he said on his Twitter. Then convos that stem from hatred, strike me hard from my upbringing! After that nip s**t my hatred level went up I'm a boss up leave it in 2020!

We all get passionate about topics that we believe in or have extensive knowledge of, but that doesn't give us the right to pick on and act aggressively towards people that may or may not have the same opinions as we do. Who knows, maybe Meek was having a bad day, but hopefully, he can learn from this.

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