Posted by , Oct 22, 2015 at 12:33pm
Rick Ross shows support for Wale after Meek Mill tried to cut him from MMG.

Yesterday (Oct. 21), Meek Mill's Instagram fingers got the best of him, as he went on an extended tirade against Wale, in which he attempted to cut the D.C. rapper from the MMG roster: "He not MMG IM MAKING THAT CALL," wrote Meek in the since-deleted post (which you can still see here). 

Of course, Rick Ross is the boss of MMG, and since Meek called out Wale, Rozay has been adamant that no one on his label is going anywhere. For one, he just announced the imminent release of the latest installment in MMG's compilation series, Self Made Vol. 4. The bawse also showed up backstage at Wale's concert in Atlanta last night, and he posted a clip of the performance on Instagram along with some kinds words: "Tonight Wale tore down as DJ Khaled would say "Another One!!!" He also warned his followers to "Never question THE EMPIRE." 

Tonight @wale tore down as @djkhaled would say "Another One" !!! Never question THE EMPIRE🔥 #MMG

A video posted by Ricky Rozay (@richforever) on

Wale also showed his MMG pride on social media, affirming that he and the label (everyone except for Meek, that is) are in good standing. He posted a picture of his MMG tattoo on his hand and wrote, "We here permanently." He also posted a picture of himself with his labelmate Stalley, who we can expect to hear on Self Made Vol. 4

We here permanently

A photo posted by Wale (@wale) on

Rozay's empire is in tact, for now -- though the only dissent came from within his own ranks. As for Wale, it seems that he found the roof that Meek told him to jump from. 

Rick Ross Supports Wale Following Meek Mill's Instagram Tirade

Rick Ross shows support for Wale after Meek Mill tried to cut him from MMG.


Yesterday (Oct. 21), Meek Mill's Instagram fingers got the best of him, as he went on an extended tirade against Wale, in which he attempted to cut the D.C. rapper from the MMG roster: "He not MMG IM MAKING THAT CALL," wrote Meek in the since-deleted post (which you can still see here). 

Of course, Rick Ross is the boss of MMG, and since Meek called out Wale, Rozay has been adamant that no one on his label is going anywhere. For one, he just announced the imminent release of the latest installment in MMG's compilation series, Self Made Vol. 4. The bawse also showed up backstage at Wale's concert in Atlanta last night, and he posted a clip of the performance on Instagram along with some kinds words: "Tonight Wale tore down as DJ Khaled would say "Another One!!!" He also warned his followers to "Never question THE EMPIRE." 

Tonight @wale tore down as @djkhaled would say "Another One" !!! Never question THE EMPIRE🔥 #MMG

A video posted by Ricky Rozay (@richforever) on

Wale also showed his MMG pride on social media, affirming that he and the label (everyone except for Meek, that is) are in good standing. He posted a picture of his MMG tattoo on his hand and wrote, "We here permanently." He also posted a picture of himself with his labelmate Stalley, who we can expect to hear on Self Made Vol. 4

We here permanently

A photo posted by Wale (@wale) on

Rozay's empire is in tact, for now -- though the only dissent came from within his own ranks. As for Wale, it seems that he found the roof that Meek told him to jump from. 

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