Meek Mill and Travis Scott reportedly got into a heated shouting argument at a star-studded 4th of July party, causing the event to shut down. Scroll for details and the shared history between the two rappers.
Billionaire and Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, who's also Meek's close friend, recently hosted a "White Party" in the Hamptons for the 4th of July. Along with Meek and Travis, several other hip-hop A-listers were there too, like Lil Baby, Lil Uzi, Quavo, Bobby Shmurda, Kid Cudi and Jay-Z.
At around 1:30 a.m., things took a turn when Meek and Travis started screaming at each other outside of the party, according to Page Six. Footage of the incident seemingly captures Meek saying "f*** Travis Scott" and repeatedly asking someone, "What is you doin'?"
The two then had to be separated to prevent them from brawling. It's unclear what sparked their feud, as they've never been known to share any public disputes. However, fans unearthed an eyebrow-raising clip of them going at one another during a 2018 celeb basketball game.
That same year, Meek questioned Travis's decision to perform at the Super Bowl LIII halftime show with Maroon 5 given the NFL's response to Colin Kaepernick’s National Anthem protest. "He don’t need that he on fire already!" Meek tweeted. "Stay strong in this s**t!"
Later, Meek made sure to clarify, "And don’t get it twisted I f**k wit Travis too!"
They've collaborated on 4 official songs together, including "I'm Leanin'" from Meek's 2013 mixtape 'Dreamchasers 3.' It's been roughly 6 years since they've appeared on the same track.
Prior to exchanging words with La Flame, Meek seemed to be in a pretty carefree mood. A video went viral of one of Travis's good friends, James Harden, tickling Meek and causing him to fumble his phone while fellow Philly native Lil Uzi showed off his b-boy skills.
An iconic party all-around.