Car Dealer Comes For Meek Mill's Pockets With $250K Demand Over Instagram Post
Meek Mill can't seem to catch a break. After celebrating his release from prison last month, the MMG rapper is now being hit with a $250,000 lawsuit from Fort Lauderdale-based auto dealership, Euro Motor Sport Inc., over an Instagram post.
The dealer claims the IG post (which was reposted by Rick Ross) is now damaging its reputation, especially with celebrity clientele.
Euro Sports owner, Gene Morales, says Meek's manager tried to pick up a Rolls Royce Ghost, but allegedly still owed $15,000 on the $200,000 whip. Morales then reportedly refused to hand over the keys without payment, eventually calling the cops. He was able to come to an agreement with Meek, handing off the whip for $8,000 but it didn't stop Nicki Minaj's bae from calling the dealership out on the 'Gram.
Now, Morales is suing Meek for $250,000, and wants Meek to remove the post and issue an apology.