Former associate alleges that Meek Mill engaged in abusive outbursts directed at Nicki Minaj.

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Meek Mill, the renowned rapper, is under renewed scrutiny due to accusations of abusive conduct directed at his ex-girlfriend, Nicki Minaj. These allegations stem from Dean, an individual claiming to be Meek Mill's former associate, who asserts that the rapper and Minaj were frequently involved in violent and explosive arguments.

Dean goes on to claim firsthand witnessing of an incident where Meek allegedly spat on Minaj. Additionally, he recounts an episode where Meek purportedly locked Minaj out of their residence following a heated argument, emphasizing the severity of the situation.

" That n###a put her out in the woods. We were out in Jersey somewhere in the woods. That n###a put her out the house, it’s dark and s##t. She cried right here (taps shoulder) am I lying Nicki"

Notably, Nicki Minaj herself raised abuse claims against Meek Mill in 2020, providing a semblance of corroboration to Dean's accusations. The public revelation of these allegations has ignited a contentious debate on social media, with fans of both artists taking sides and expressing their opinions on the matter. The intensity of the discussion highlights the emotional investment people have in the personal lives of these celebrities.

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As the controversy unfolds, it remains a developing story with potential updates expected. The public's interest in the personal dynamics between Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj continues to fuel conversations across various platforms. For those following the story, it is advisable to stay tuned for further developments and insights.

In other news, Meek Mill witnessed the fruits of his activism as Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro signed SB838.  A bill that aims to reform the state's probation and parole system. The bill, which was backed by Meek Mill's organization REFORM Alliance, limits the length of probation to five years for misdemeanors. And 10 years for felonies, and prevents people from being incarcerated for minor technical violations such as missing a meeting or failing a drug test.

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