Rapper Meek Mill has taken aim at his ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj on his new album, seven months after the couple parted ways.
Nicki dated the the Ima Boss MC for two years before rumors began surfacing in December (16) suggesting they had called it quits, and she confirmed her single status in a Twitter post in early January (17).
While the hip-hop superstar has remained quiet about the reasons behind their split, Meek is using his new album Wins & Losses, which was released on Friday (21Jul17), to air out their issues in public.
Meek makes references to his ex on multiple songs, most notably on 1942 Flows, on which he suggests he dumped Nicki after she betrayed him, and claims the Anaconda hitmaker was left devastated by the break-up.
"Cut her off, act like she's dead and it's killing her (sic)," he raps, while in another line, he spits, "Try to crucify me like I'm Jesus the way she cross me."
Later on in the track, Meek sends a message to the press, saying, "Don't ask me about no Nicki (sic)".
Meek also lashes out at Nicki on Never Lose, branding her a "fraud" in an apparent reference to her Remy Ma diss track No Frauds.
Nicki, who was recently linked to rap icon Nas, has yet to comment on Meek's new lyrics.