New Orleans rapper Dee-1 said that Meek Mill shouldn't be trying to work on prison reform while rapping about violence.
If you remember, Meek was giving speeches and working with others to fix probation laws in the States since he was on probation for most of his adult life.
"Meek Mill, you can do better, brother," said Dee-1 on Sway in the Morning. "I love you too much to not be honest with you. Are you the face of prison reform, or are you sitting here on your new song with Ross talking about getting somebody murked and shot at the red light?"
"This man was glorifying getting people killed as of a week ago," he continued. "Like, what are you doing, bro? Lil Snupe really got killed. That broke your heart. You wear him around your neck. Why are you glorifying the same thing?"
Meek responded on Instagram Stories.
"Nah, we do everything, lol," he wrote. "I was rapping this way when I became the face of reform .… That's how I got there, y’all forgot that fast."
Is Dee-1 right to call Meek out?