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DJ Akademiks Calls Out Meek Mill, Lil Baby & Kanye for Behavior Around White Billionaires

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Billionaire team owner and sportswear boss Michael Rubin had most of the rap game to his home in Hamptons this weekend for his Fourth of July white party.

DJ Akademiks finds it weird that rappers like Drake, JAY-Z, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and Meek Mill gravitated toward white billionaires like Rubin and Robert Kraft, who Ak says "aren't Hip Hop."

He also thinks they act differently when they are around caucasian money.

To prove his point, he produced a video of his old friend Meek Mill for bunnyhopping for Rubin after losing a bet on a tennis match.

Ak also shared a video of Lil Baby in which Baby bets Rubin six of his braids that Baby can stay up all night, and another video in which Kanye West holds a plate of food up so a fancy white fashion designer can eat it.

"When they hanging out with these [billionaires] they are doing things that make it seem like they are compromised characters," Ak said.  "It's kind of interesting, I don't what's going on, but it's interesting."

Check out the video below and let us know if Ak is on to something or if he's just angry that Rubin didn't invite him to the party.

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