Seems like Meek Mill just doesn't have any luck with New York City nightclubs. On Tuesday morning, the Maybach Music rapper was denied entry into Tenjune, a night club NYC's meatpacking district.
"I was bout to walk in ten June n---as about to start shooting out there....I'ma take it innnn," Meek tweeted on Tuesday morning.
A rep for the New York Police Department told MTV News that they responded to a call at Tenjune, but after an investigation they concluded that there was no criminality suspected and they left.
The incident comes almost two weeks after Meek saw his name pop up in reports circling the club W.i.P. bottle-brawl, which involved members of Drake and Chris Brown's respective entourages. Meek has maintained that while he was inside of W.i.P. that night, he had nothing to do with the melee. Still it seems that he may be experiencing some type of backlash as he was denied entry into Tenjune. "I don't got no love for these clubs that discriminate against a certain race! F--- you...u won't get these racks," the Philadelphia rapper tweeted after being denied entry.
Meek, who plays a major role on MMG's recently released Self Made, Vol. 2,appeared on Wednesday's "RapFix Live" and said that he feels that his rising celebrity makes him a target for gossip. Overall the "I'ma Boss" rapper is just trying to maintain a positive outlook. "I don't really be having those controversies like that, man. It's just that the more hotter you get, they start talkin'," he said. "I don't be on no negative vibes, man."
His boss Rick Ross backed him up. "I know Meek. I know the situation he's in, I know where he comes from. I know that's something that he won't get involved in," Rozay said of the W.i.P. incident.
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