B. Simone has transformed into somewhat of a controversial person in the past few weeks. Her comments about the protesters caused a storm on Twitter. Last week, she made comments about how she can't date someone with a 9 to 5 job, only CEOs end entrepreneurs. This led to a whole Twitter spat with many clowning B. Simone for working a regular job before publishing her book. This week, it's her book that's at the center of controversy after allegations were made that parts of it were plagiarized.
Meek Mill quickly came to her defense on Twitter earlier today when he slammed the criticism by minimizing her actions. "B Simone canceled because she finessed a book and made her way from the bottom lol," he tweeted. "what major companies y’all cancel for ripping our culture off? finding ways to display hate towards our own when they start doing good is showing amongst us a lot!"
The plagiarism claims stem from claims that she copy and pasted worksheets from Pinterest accounts for Baby Girl Manifest The Life You Want without actually getting the permission to use them. But even as many pointed out the differences between finessing and plagiarizing, Meek attempted to shift the conversation towards rappers lying on their records.
"N***as rap about selling drugs and a life they didn’t live is that not finessing their own tho? A Louie shirt a stack ... a Chanel 5500$ I don’t even think they donate to blacks they number one in our culture ... Im just getting confused what we standing for collectively," he replied. Adding, "give me ya point why a girl from where we come from should be canceled because she finnesed a lil bit.. I really wanna know how people really think?"
Meek's tweetstorm continued but not without the TL reminding him exactly why he started beefing with Drake.
Tekashi 6ix9ine Mocks Meek Mill & YG After Getting Akon On "Locked Up 2"
Meek Mill and YG have been on Tekshi 6ix9ine for some time. If they had their ways, no other rappers would work with the notorious snitch.
They're not having their ways. Not only is Akon working with 6ix9ine, but the 47-year old gave Tekashi his classic track "Locked Up" to redo.
6ix9ine used that development to troll YG and Meek.