"Everyone, meet the woman who 'got me starstruck,' " Meek said onstage of Minaj, quoting a line from "Charged Up," a just-released diss track by new rival Drake that criticizes Meek and his starry-eyed love for Minaj.
This is really sad...she's been linked to The Game, Soulja Boy, Lil Yachty, Rick Ross....It seems like at least one of her sisters could school her. "It turned into an ego argument." But he insists her success is not a threat."She killed me on that song," admits Meek, "but I don't really care. , rapper French Montana compared his relationship to Khloe Kardashian to that of best friends.
He also confirmed that although their relationship was romantic “at times,” the two are not currently dating.
For their second episode, the Doggfather and the homemaking icon welcome Rick Ross and model Ashley Graham. As the audience laughed, Ross told Martha that he had a 100-room mansion that she should see. ” asked Martha, to which Rozay said “Get creative…decorate.” “You’re raising my temperature,” jokes Martha in response. It was August when it was first reported that Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg would be launching a cooking show together this fall.
Whether you find this exchange comedic or cringeworthy, it’s definitely a must-see clip. While the announcement took many by surprise, the professional homemaker has always been a supporter of rap music dating back over a decade.
On July 17, the crowd at Dallas' Gexa Energy Pavilion witnessed the full throes of "Omeeka." The portmanteau describes the love of Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj (her real first name is Onika), and the couple wasn't shy about celebrating it onstage that night: She licked his face; there was a makeout session; four duets were performed, including current hit "All Eyes on You." As photos of their unbridled PDA ricocheted across the Web, tabloids reported that he had given her a ,000 ring with yellow heart-shaped diamonds.
By the time Minaj's Pinkprint Tour, featuring Meek as opener, reached Brooklyn's Barclays Center on July 26, though, the cross-country honeymoon for hip-hop's most public lovebirds had been eclipsed by a brewing war of words.
"You want to be private with your girl once in a while," says Meek.