Since being released from prison in April, Philadelphia-born rapper Meek Mill has been unstoppable. The "All Eyes on You" musician has been using his incarceration to increase awareness about the backward nature of the criminal justice system and the plights faced by incarcerated individuals.
On Friday, Meek released his comeback album Championships, which includes features from fellow rappers Jay-Z and Drake.
Fans of Drake and Mill remember that not too long ago, the two were involved in a feud, exchanging diss tracks along the way. Since then, the two have mended ways and have teamed up to create the "Going Bad" track.
Back when he and Drake were still feuding, Meek recalled an awkward interaction he faced while on a double date with then-girlfriend Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé and Jay-Z.
Mill spoke with Elliot Wilson for Tidal's CRWN series, recalling how uncomfortable the date became when Jigga, who was at the helm of the playlist, started playing Drake's victory lap of a diss track "Back to Back."
"It was my first time. I was hype as s**t. I was with Nicki and s**t. I’m from the hood. Hov and Beyoncé like, 'come and eat with us.' I'm like damn, I’m about to double date with Hov and Beyoncé right now. This s**t is incredible," he reminisced. "So Hov got the playlist. He clicking through s**t. He clicking through, 'Back to Back' come on by mistake while we at the table. I'm like oh s**t. What the f**k? So Beyoncé and Hov and Nicki, everybody just looking like they don’t know what the f**k is going on. I gotta take a s**t now. What the f**k?"
Mill didn't specify when the date occurred, but "Back to Back" was first released in 2015.
Thankfully, fans of the two no longer have to pick sides, as Drake and Mill have made it very clear the two are back in each other's good graces.
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