Michael Rapaport clearly doesn’t want the smoke with Meek Mill because the comedian has seemingly taken back the “trash” comments he made about the “Going Bad” artist while speaking to Sway Calloway on his radio show.
Meek Mill, great story.
— MichaelRapaport (@MichaelRapaport) February 18, 2019
On Tuesday (Feb. 19), Rapaport further explained the comments that created beef between himself and the Philly rapper.
“I should not have used that word,” the 48-year-old said, reiterating past comments about Mill’s career. “He’s absolutely not a trash rapper…It was wrong and it wasn’t the right word. He’s not a trash rapper, I can’t say it. I wish I could take that word back. I’m harsh with my hip-hop opinions and it’s the wrong word. It’s not valid, it’s not true, it’s not reasonable. It was a stupid word to use.”
Rapaport went on to defend the other comments he made on Twitter about Mill reminding listeners that he noticed the “Dreams and Nightmares” rapper’s evolution in hip-hop and his importance to the community.
Previously, Rapaport offered his opinions about Meek Mill, calling his lack of response to Drake during their infamous beef “wack” and insinuating that he had no skill.