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Watch Meek Mill Intimidate a Drake Fan at New York Fool's Gold Day Off Stop

Note: Do not bring a pro-Drake sign to a show that Meek Mill is headlining.

If you're heading to a festival that Meek Mill is headlining, it might be a good idea to leave your pro-Drake signs at home. Unless, of course, you would like to spend the remainder of the show with one of Meek's buddies standing next to you in intimidating fashion.

Though it's been weeks since the beef between Drake and Meek died down (at least publicly), it appears the latter still cannot completely avoid catching flack from Drizzy's expansive fanbase. Such was the case last night in Brooklyn, at the New York stop for Fool's Gold's Day Off, when someone in the crowd had the audacity to hold up a pro-Drake sign likely meant to troll the Philly rapper. Meek was obviously not pleased, and luckily our videographer Erikson Corniel was there to get the whole back and forth on camera.



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Meek hilariously directs one of his own people to go stand by the sign-holder for the remainder of the show, saying the man was "standing next to a shooter now." Perhaps the greatest barb of the night: "You f*ckin' clown... don't ever come in here f*ckin' playing with no Meek Milly tryna pick on me like I'm a f*ckin' dweeb or something."

Later in the video, Meek touches on his current relationship with ATL's Future. After an incident at Made In America festival, where Meek asked his DJ to stop playing so much Future, potential issues between the "Jump Out The Face" collaborators were rumored. All is well though, it seems, as Meek made it clear there is no beef between the two and that he's quite the fan himself, before asking his DJ to supply the crowd with some Hendrix.

The lesson? There's a lot of people who will make fun of Meek Mill on the internet, very few who will make fun of Meek Mill to his face. 

[By Brendan Varan. He was there last night to laugh really hard at Meek roasting the sign holder. Follow him on Twitter.]



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