Meek Mill and DJ Akademiks fight on Clubhouse, Internet slams both, says they ‘acted like Joe Biden and Trump’

Clubhouse app is a highly-exclusive members-only social media app that is currently only available to those who are invited and as of now, most of them are celebrities


                            Meek Mill and DJ Akademiks fight on Clubhouse, Internet slams both, says they ‘acted like Joe Biden and Trump’
Meek Mill and DJ Akademiks (Getty Images)

DJ Akademiks got on to the highly exclusive Clubhouse app and joined the podcast room with rappers like Meek Mill, Guapdad 4000, 21 Savage and Tory Lanez among a few others to discuss hip-hop and more. A few minutes into the conversation, the room got heated up as DJ Akademiks and rapper Meek Mill got into an argument over random things where the former also ended up shouting on top of his voice.

It led to a slam fest on Twitter when a random user posted a video of the audio recording from the app where both the artists can be heard arguing and boasting about themselves.



 

 

Social media users soon stormed to the micro-blogging site to lash out at both DJ Akademiks and Meek Mill. One user posted, “meek and akademiks both some bi**hes idk why yall.....acting like they arent.” Another said, “Akademiks an Meek Mill acted like Biden and Trump Tonight #clubhouse” One added, “First of all why is Meek giving Akademiks the time of day lol he’s a dummy for that anyway.”  One individual posted, “right i dont even fw meek like that but i mean come on, he has done a lot...what has akademiks contributed to any community.”

One user asserted, “@Akademiks made Meek Mill look like the r3t4rd he is when they spoke. No wonder Meeks label took his Twitter away, when he speaks for himself he f**ks up.” Another posted, “Meek keep talking streets this streets that and DJ Akademiks ain’t been touched yet, either get him beat the f**k up or shut up/leave him be.” One user said, “Meek entered the roast session asking Akademiks if he has sex lmao get both these burgers outta here dog.”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

For the unversed, Clubhouse app is a highly-exclusive members-only social media app that is currently only available to those who are invited and as of now, most of them are celebrities. According to Glamour Magazine, celebs such as Oprah, Ashton Kutcher, Drake and Jared Letoa are on the app.  In Clubhouse, the users can enter into different rooms to listen or participate in a conversation. The “rooms” in the app allow the users to hop in or out of it any time but the only rule is that no one is allowed to record anything.

Now, it looks like Meek Mill soon realized how he behaved on the app and took to Twitter to apologize for the same. “I apologize if I cut anybody off I be having my heart in s**t too much... if you was there you know it was a great start for communication in hip hop! The way 21 handled it inspired me and was a good highlight!” There is no update from DJ Akademiks’ end over the argument.

 



 

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