Meek Mill may still be feuding with Drake, but his beef with fellow Maybach Music Group (MMG) rapper Wale is over. Rick Ross, who owns MMG, brushed off the rapper’s quick feud with one another in a new video saying that MMG was focused on releasing their next joint album.
“We on fire as usual… MMG,” Ross said in a video statement to TMZ. “A lot of big things popping, a lot of things being talked about that I’m actually happy to address. Young Meek Mill, young Wale… the family good. All I know is winning. All I know is love.”
The “Sanctified” rapper went on to say that his label was working on their new album “Self Made 4” and fans can expect it to be released “sooner than you think.”
The album will feature the entire MMG team, including Mill and Wale. The last time the label released a “Self Made” album was in 2013.
As previously reported, Mill and Wale’s feud started earlier this week following comments Wale made on Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club” about Mill’s beef with Drake.
The “Matrimony” rapper said Drake’s fame helped him win the battle, but said Mill’s attempts to fire back at Drake was like bringing a “pencil to a gunfight.”
Mill wasn’t too pleased with Wale’s comments and took to social media to bash the rapper. At one point Mill even said Wale was no longer in MMG, but Ross released a video on Thursday saying otherwise.