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Beanie Sigel Asks People To Smarten Up In Regard To Meek Mill Vs. Drake

A hip-hop veteran is chiming in on Drake and Meek Mill's lyrical battle. Fellow Philly native Beanie Sigel took to his Instagram account to call out those who are failing to see the bigger picture concerning the rappers' beef. "PHILLY !!! Typical house ni***s quick to turn they back on their own people! I hate yall D**k heads," the "Feel It In The Air" emcee said.

READ: Beanie Sigel On Reuniting With Jay Z: ‘It Was Like Nothing Ever Changed’

PHILLY !!! Typical house niggas quick to turn they back on their own people! I hate yall Dick heads 😡😡😡

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Following up his previous Insta-post, Beanie revealed another image with a pertinent message, this time sharing advice to Meek and AR-Ab, who recently aimed a diss track at Meek earlier this month. "Advise to @meekmill tighten up your circle, Get them yes men from around you that's not going to keep it 💯 when you make a bad decision, because we all do at times. "Gangsters fuck up"... Jay said "it's a lesson learned even in defeat!" Beanie later warned that the Beantown rappers' beef could move in an ugly direction if they don't put an end to their opposition.

READ: AR-Ab Drops Meek Mill Diss Track Over Drake’s “Back To Back”

"Somebody mite die over this stupid sh*t.. it won't be Ar.,Meek, or Drake.. it's going to be one of the entourage ... Somebody going to move out to prove they loyalty to something that's not loyal to them "stupidity " somebody dies somebody in jail for life over what," Beanie wrote. Read his entire statement below.

Now that I've got your attention! I think a lot of you are misinterpreting what I'm saying... See this thing bigger than Nino Brown.. First & foremost who really care about Meek & Drake rap beef...That hole situation gay.. Meek said what he said and Drake did what he did !!! Bottom line. .. I'm not choosing sides in none of this shit.. For one I can care less plus it's none of my business. .. I know ,Why would Meek care if Drake didn't write his own shit I don't know.. I'm going to still bang Drake shit just like everybody else is because nobody cares point blank.. I know, why would Meek diss Ar. I don't know... You have to choose your battles carefully and be prepared for the outcome good or bad.. But this about to move somewhere else beyond rap.. "A wise man don't learn from his own mistakes ,he learns from the mistakes of other.. I told yall "I go through it so you WOULDN'T do it after me". .. Somebody mite die over this stupid shit.. it won't be Ar.,Meek, or Drake.. it's going to be one of the entourage ... Somebody going to move out to prove they loyalty to something that's not loyal to them "stupidity " somebody dies somebody in jail for life over what. You'll be lucky if a nigga get you a lawyer send you some flicks & commissary money for a couple months...good luck on that dark skin Jermaine... But what do I know.. I'm just a washed up rapper right? RIGHT ! .. This the shit that happens when you turn your back on your people... You don't advise them on what's right.. You Don't tell them they acting like a sucker when they doing sucker shit!!! Advice to @ar_ab_32 don't fall for the banana in the tailpipe & sacrifice something or someone over this gay shit...do your thing and get your money homie.. Advise to @meekmill tighten up your circle, Get them yes men from around you that's not going to keep it 💯 when you make a bad decision, because we all do at times. "Gangsters fuck up"... Jay said "it's a lesson learned even in defeat ! "I'M FOR MY CITY THAT ALL" But like I said I ain't nobody right. RIGHT! QUIT THE BULLSHIT!!

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This is the perfect timing for the festival's headliners. Lil Wayne will likely perform his 2018 album Tha Carter V. Gambino is expected to be dropping his final studio album under his current stage name, and this concert will likely serve as one of his final performances before he moves on to another chapter.

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Soulja Boy Claims He Had Migos' "Versace" Beat Before Them

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