Popping off in the comments section of an Instagram photo Meek shared of himself counting hundred dollar bills and wearing a Richard Mille watch, Trey Songz urged the rapper to "take some of them bands and accept the #feedyourcitychallenge," a fundraiser he's spearheading.
Meek quickly shot back, defending his recent philanthropic work. "I donated like 2 mill this year where you at? Lol," he wrote.
He then followed up with a few examples, including "200k to Philadelphia schools," a Rolls-Royce Phantom amounting to $400k "for [the] less fortunate," as well as the $50 million criminal justice reform initiative he helped launch alongside JAY-Z, Patriots owner Robert Kraft and 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin.
In response, Songz posted a screenshot of their conversation and wrote that Meek "apparently felt a way" about being challenged to donate. But the singer claimed that he only "tapped on him" because he knows how much he's supporting his community.
"That’s great you donated fam, that’s great you helping prison reform, that’s great you gave ya phantom," Songz captioned the photo. "I’m simply trying to bring us together to further help our communities. You offended? Lol you got it!"
As you can imagine, Meek wasn't happy with Songz trying to "put me on the spot wit that sideways sh*t," adding that artists telling one another to give money "is dumb" and that Songz "coulda kept this in the comments bro."
After hitting Meek on his phone and in his DMs, Songz stuck by his message that "it's a challenge," as he previously called on Mustard, Fabolous and Trouble to participate, and they all accepted.
"We ain't even sposta be at no kinda odds bout giving back. Sh*t goofy," he finished.
Just a few hours after the whole ordeal started, though, it looks like these two are back to being "bros," according to a tweet from Meek.
"Me and trey bro's that lil 🤔 threw me off tho!" he wrote.
While one part of Meek has been in a giving mood, another part has been feeling confrontational. The other day, he told Akademiks to "stop posting" about him despite complaining in an earlier radio interview that influencers like Ak don't talk about him enough.