Meek Mill now says he’s sorry for calling Drake a phony on Twitter.
Mill, who is supporting his girlfriend Nicki Minaj on her Pinkprint tour, addressed his barbs at the Canadian rapper on stage in Virginia Wednesday night, saying he was sorry for “getting all crazy” on social media.
Oddly, Mill actually directed the apology at Minaj, who joined him on stage during his set at the Jiffy Lube Live pavilion in Bristow.
“I want to give a special apology shout-out to Nicki Minaj for my crazy ass going crazy on Twitter,” the Philadelphia-bred rapper told the crowd while lovingly stroking his girlfriend’s hair, according to video posted to UPROXX.
Mill began the beef with Drake on Tuesday, bashing the “Take Care” rapper on Twitter for allegedly not writing his own raps.
Mill claimed “the whole game” knew Drake used a ghostwriter and said he was fired up to learn that Drake didn’t write the verse he contributed to Mill’s single “R.I.C.O.”
The song appears on Mill’s most recent album, “Dreams Worth More Than Money.”
On stage Wednesday night, Mill said he was upset as “a fan” because Drake “gave me a verse he didn’t write.”
But, he added, “Shout-out to Drake. Let him be great in all the mother—ing lanes that he’s great in.”
“I signed up for greatness. This come with it,” Drake wrote, according to a conversation Hitman Holla posted to Instagram Wednesday.
Later on Wednesday, Mill got in a separate tangle with another prominent Canadian: Toronto politician Norm Kelly.
After catching wind of Mill’s shots at Drake, the Toronto councillor tweeted, “You’re no longer welcome in Toronto, @MeekMill.”
“Aye white man @norm,” Mill responded. “What gives you the audacity to tell me I can’t come somewhere over me voicing my opinion! U sound like a thug lol.”