Watch Video of Meek Mill’s Goons Waiting for Drake Outside Philly ‘Summer Sixteen’ Concert

One member of the crew said Drake "sent J. Prince out here, talking to n****s, man. These n****s pussy."

On Sunday night in Meek Mill's hometown of Philadelphia, Drake took a direct shot at the Philly rapper in front of a sold out crowd calling Meek Mill a "P*ssy." Apparently word got out and Meek's crew showed up to the venue to confront Drake. Through a series of Instagram posts, one member of Meek Mill's entourage who identified himself as "D-Line," went full social media thug about what he was going to do he should cross paths with Drake. "I'ma let y'all n****s know right now, we 100, 200 deep," he said in the first Instagram clip. "Dreamchasers, we gonna press this n***a Drake. He's been disrespectful."

@meekmill dream chaser team and bodyguards are tired of @champagnepapi shit!😳 Via @dline_back2new

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You'll notice in the video they weren't quite "100, 200 deep," but there were a group of guys posted by the exit gates at the Wells Fargo Center. They also shared another video about Drake calling the police to help escort him after the concert. "He got the police guarding him and he won't come out," one Dream Chasers affiliate says. "They closed the gates up and all that." The Dream Chasers goon also mentions that Drake "sent J. Prince out here, talking to n****s, man. These n****s pussy."

@meekmill goons at @champagnepapi concert waiting on him to come out😳

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Meek Mill would eventually chime in on the matter and post (now deleted) a photo on Instagram with the caption attacking Drake for his use of police escorts and Jay Prince. "When u run out the backdoor wit 12 and use the 'old man' to save you..I'm done. You had Philadelphia swat with you. Ima go ahead and hang it up with these suckas! Had y'all tucked back in there for hrs lol. #stillrunning."

From the desk of #meekmill

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Drake would eventually post this on his Instagram as a response.

I will never develop an addiction to fiction. It's for getting at the truth when the truth isn't sufficient for the truth.

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To be continued.

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