MMG rapper Meek Mill can’t stay out of drama. After the “Girls on Drugs” rapper Wale commented on Mill's feud with Toronto rapper Drake, Mill took to Instagram to issue a rebuttal.

For some quick background: Mill and Wale, both belong to Rick Ross’ label, MMG. Wale annoyed Mill when he said that Mill brought a “pencil” to a “gun fight” with Drake during an interview on "The Breakfast Club" (WWPR-FM) Wednesday. Wale, whose real name is Olubowale Victor Akintimehin, added that Drake has too much fame for Mill to win a battle.

"You can't compete with people with those type of connections. He could have wrote 'Ether 3.0.' The opinions of the people would have been that of their boy from Canada waxed him,” Wale said. "It's people who don't even listen to rap who are Drake fans, like a lot of them."

The comment infuriated Mill. He took a screenshot of Wale’s "The Breakfast Club" interview and then said Wale was “gossiping” about him. “Go jump off a roof like u been tryna do chump!” he wrote on his official IG page. “This my last time I think addressing s--- on the Internet .... But if I don't talk about it one of you dudes gone get hurt speaking my name like it's sweet!” The post received more than 30,000 likes from his 6.5 million followers.

Wale, 31, didn’t seem offended by Mill’s response. He issued several tweets after Mill’s Instagram post. “Currently [looking] for a roof,” he wrote in one message. “Don't let the media get us riled up,” he said in a different tweet, “Same way I could have taken 10000 things out of context.”

Mill and Drake, both 28, have feuded for months, with “Anaconda” star Nicki Minaj in the middle of it all. Even though Mill is her boyfriend and Drake is her friend, the Trinidadian beauty never took sides.

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