Meek Mill and Rick Ross End their Feud and Reunite on Stage

Meek Mill and Rick Ross are burying their differences.

The rappers reunited on stage during Saturday night’s “Meek Mill + Friends” concert at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center. Despite their rumoured feud, Rozay joined Meek onstage for a surprise performance of “Ima Boss.”

Rozay, dressed in a floor-length black fur coat, had the crowd ecstatic as he delivered his verse on their 2011 collaboration. He also had his own hits, such as “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast),” “I’m Not a Star,” and “Hustlin.”

Meek reappeared, and the two shared an embrace before singing along to Drake’s verse on “Aston Martin Music.”

The reunion follows reports that Meek was unhappy with his Maybach Music contract and wanted to leave the label. He also allegedly denied Ross entry to his section while celebrating his birthday in May 2021 at a Miami nightclub.

Ross addressed their relationship in December 2021. During a conversation at the GRAMMY Museum, he said, “I feel like we’re both hustlers.” “That’s one aspect of life. You either grow together or grow apart, and as a boss, you decide which path to take. But whatever you want to do, Ricky Rozay wants to see you do it.”

The “Meek Mill + Friends” concert on Saturday was a star-studded affair. Meek brought out DaBaby, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Jim Jones, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Uzi Vert, and Future in addition to Rozay to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his debut album in his hometown.

Meek returned last week with Flamerz 5, the latest instalment in his mixtape series. The 15-track collection includes freestyles to popular songs such as GloRilla’s “Tomorrow,” Kodak Black’s “Super Gremlin,” and Ice Spice’s “Munch.”


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