Meek Mill sure knows how to turn up his hometown. During his set at Philly's annual Powerhouse concert, Meek Milly brought out several guests ranging from his Dreamchasers Omelly and Takbar to Jadakiss and Rick Ross. French Montana and Nicki Minaj also walked on for "Dope Dealer" and "It's Me (I Be On That)" off Mills' Dreamchasers 3 mixtape.
The MMG rapper also gave a shout out to fallen comrade Lil Snupe and performed a new verse to his Self Made Vol. 3 single "Levels." But the real moment worth mentioning was Mill addressing his beef with Kendrick Lamar, originally stemming from Lamar's "King of New York" lyric off Big Sean's "Control."
Backstage, Mill brushed off any hard feelings. "It ain't about who topping who," Mill told Power 99. "I got the home court advantage right now; it's like cheating."
Later onstage, Mill announced the beef had been squashed onstage. "I want to give a shout out to Kendrick Lamar in the building," Mill told the crowd during his set. "Let me break this shit down. Me and Kendrick Lamar got no beef; I fuck with the homie, but tonight we gonna let him know Meek MIlly is the fucking king around here."
Watch performance footage from the Powerhouse 2013 below.