Posted by , Oct 22, 2015 at 05:53pm
Rick Ross says he squashed the beef between his labelmates.

Things weren't looking good for the untouchable Maybach empire last night. After Wale spoke about Meek Mill's beef with Drake on a recent Breakfast Club interview, Meek attempted to revoke the D.C. rapper's membership from MMG, writing, "He not MMG I'M MAKING THAT CALL," on Instagram. 

Rick Ross, the boss of MMG, quickly showed support to Wale, letting the public know that he wasn't going anywhere. 

After posting a video praising Wale for his performance in Atlanta, Rozay then shared a heartwarming picture of him and Meek, clearly an attempt not to take sides in the conflict between his label's two biggest talents. 

"When you got the best DOPE in da city".. they wait in line for it. #BOSS

A photo posted by Ricky Rozay (@richforever) on

Less than 24 hours after Meek Mill sent the first shots, Rozay has now said that the beef is over -- "the famiy good." 

"Young Meek Mill, young Wale -- the family good, ya dig. Y'all know how I do it. All I know is winnin'. All I know is love, ya dig. So this what we gon' do: We gon' drop somethin' new for y'all, we gon' drop Self Made 4. We gon' give y'all somethin' special, sooner than you think," Ross told TMZ.  

It's obviously in Ross' best interest to have the public believe that his two biggest artists are back on the same page. Using his business savvy, he's used the beef, and the increased exposure it has placed upon his camp, to start hyping up Self Made Vol. 4. After all this, it would be interesting to hear Meek and Wale together on a track. 

Y'all really think Ross took care of the family business? Or is he just saving face? 

Rick Ross Says Meek Mill & Wale's Beef Is Over

Rick Ross says he squashed the beef between his labelmates.


Things weren't looking good for the untouchable Maybach empire last night. After Wale spoke about Meek Mill's beef with Drake on a recent Breakfast Club interview, Meek attempted to revoke the D.C. rapper's membership from MMG, writing, "He not MMG I'M MAKING THAT CALL," on Instagram. 

Rick Ross, the boss of MMG, quickly showed support to Wale, letting the public know that he wasn't going anywhere. 

After posting a video praising Wale for his performance in Atlanta, Rozay then shared a heartwarming picture of him and Meek, clearly an attempt not to take sides in the conflict between his label's two biggest talents. 

"When you got the best DOPE in da city".. they wait in line for it. #BOSS

A photo posted by Ricky Rozay (@richforever) on

Less than 24 hours after Meek Mill sent the first shots, Rozay has now said that the beef is over -- "the famiy good." 

"Young Meek Mill, young Wale -- the family good, ya dig. Y'all know how I do it. All I know is winnin'. All I know is love, ya dig. So this what we gon' do: We gon' drop somethin' new for y'all, we gon' drop Self Made 4. We gon' give y'all somethin' special, sooner than you think," Ross told TMZ.  

It's obviously in Ross' best interest to have the public believe that his two biggest artists are back on the same page. Using his business savvy, he's used the beef, and the increased exposure it has placed upon his camp, to start hyping up Self Made Vol. 4. After all this, it would be interesting to hear Meek and Wale together on a track. 

Y'all really think Ross took care of the family business? Or is he just saving face? 

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