Meek Mill's Instagram account has been unavailable since Monday night, just hours after the Philadelphia rapper released nine new snippets of his upcoming "Dreamchasers 4" mixtape. It is unclear if the page was deleted on purpose by Nicki Minaj's boyfriend.
Mill has been very frequent in sharing about his music and activities on his Instagram account, which has also played a major role in his social media spat with Drake, The Game and most recently, Beanie Sigel.
While Mill's last post on his Twitter account was on Oct. 3, the 29-year-old recently took to his Snapchat account this week to take shots at Minaj's ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels. Mill took to his Snapchat and posted a photo of himself laughing with a caption that read, “Hey bighead,” a day after Samuels posted a vague tweet, which Twitter users speculated was aimed at Minaj.
“You ever see a pic of some1 you use to deal with and wanna send that ‘wyd bighead’ text I hate yall #stuntgang,” Samuels wrote on Twitter Saturday.
Following Meek’s Snapchat post, Samuels responded saying that he was only joking but laughed at Mill’s insecurity. “I was jus kidding, but its funny to see how much control I have over ppl I don’t know. I do this for yall! Thx 4 the love,” he tweeted.
Mill's feud with Drake and The Game have faded, while his beef with Beanie Sigel has now become a one-sided affair as the "House Party" rapper has stopped responding to the continuous diss. Last week, Sigel released his third diss, “Gang Gang” for Mill despite originally being on the Philly rapper's side during his beef with The Game.