Meek Mill Calls Out 50 Cent For Trolling Christian Combs’ New Diss Record: ‘Why You Tryna Pick On A Lil Boy?’

Meek Mill, 50 Cent, Christian Combs

Meek Mill Calls Out 50 Cent For Trolling Christian Combs’ New Diss Record: ‘Why You Tryna Pick On A Lil Boy?’

Meek Mill appears to be taking up for Christian Combs amid releasing his diss track aimed at 50 Cent.

If you didn’t know, Christian Combs recently dropped his diss song toward 50 Cent, titled “Pick A Side.” In the record, the 26-year-old defended his father and music mogul, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, as he is currently the subject of a sex trafficking investigation along with multiple sexual misconduct lawsuits.

Christian Combs, Diddy

At one point in “Pick A Side,” Christian Combs name dropped 50 Cent, 48, in the track. He rapped,

“When all they had was 50 Cent who put this city on the map?”

Following the track’s release, 50 proceeded to troll the “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” rapper via his Instagram and X account.

Now, it appears Meek Mill has had enough of 50 poking fun. Yesterday (May 13), the 37-year-old called out the Starz television producer amid his trolling. While seemingly referencing Diddy’s Miami and Los Angeles homes getting raided by Homeland Security in the diss track, 50 argued via social media,

“Now why would you say some sh*t like this when you know the FEDS are investigating. IS YOU STUPID OR IS YOU DUMB? LOL”

Not taking the comment lightly, Meek Mill responded with,

“Because your federal the street n*gg*s in queens know that why you tryna pick on a lil boy … your own son hate your guts lol I’m so grateful to be on a island with my son and his friends on his bday .. don’t follow these guys they miserable lives be terrible”



In response to another one of 50’s posts, Meek continued to blast the rapper/actor by stating,

“Yall n*gg*s 50 online beefing with kids … of course yall n*gg*s left all yall friends and family behind! Yall holding the culture back fr old hating manipulation n*gg*s lol”

Responding to a fan who commented on the matter, Meek went on,

“Owwwwww what I ran into 50 many times he only had monster around him that was risking his life and really holding the line! Nobody trusting 50 he too vicious … n*gg* spoke on my child like this n*gg* mentally sick lol”

Wrapping up his posts, he wrote,

“But let me stop …. These the n*gg*s yall look up too… these people that destroy black famines and success like bad cops … I don’t find him funny I see him as a rich parasite! N*gg*s be rooting for n*gg*s to go to jail and claiming he’s from The street! Ima start bombing on yall” 

Of course, not one to hold back, 50 swiftly responded to Meek with posts of his own. He said,

“You sold 6k copies your last project, you should not be on Vacation. Still chasing the dream or embracing the nightmare. Standing by your man, that I respect!”

Sharing a video of Diddy and Meek at a party, 50 furthered,

“I commend you for being a strong supportive woman for your man meek, stay by his side and together you guys may have a good life. GOD BLESS!”

While defending himself against 50’s claims, Meek fired back with,

“My last project sold 90k first week expensive pain … [Rick] Ross did that last cd for fun to let me out my contact cause we rich and have some type of history! It’s different lol i don’t even know how Cuban was talking to you ya swag is extremely wack!”

The Philadelphia rapper continued,

“Nah you post my son b4 son I see you posting puff son you on may be working for ‘them’ I seen you laugh b4 when people get locked up! I grew up to many man not this the net wasn’t out… what is this idk … I be around Jigga and them all they homies rich ion see ya type!”

Claiming that he’s previously linked up with 50’s estranged oldest son, Meek concluded with,

“Ask 50 oldest son have I ever said anything bad about his dad when he was around me years ago! I told him my dad dead and he should holler at his! I came up different I thought the rap sh*t was to be protected this sh*t got weird” 

What are your thoughts on this entire situation? Comment below! 

Authored by: Ariel Whitely