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Meek Mill was one of only a few rappers to respond to Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” last year with “Ooh Kill Em,” but as it turns out, that wasn’t even his best shot. During his appearance on Hot 97 this morning, the Philly rapper revealed he recorded his own “Control”-like record on which he took aim at “80 rappers,” including close friends like 2 Chainz. Thanks to his lawyer’s words of advice, though, he decided against releasing the track.

Actually, I put a diss together in the studio. I gave 80 rappers hell on that joint. I seen 2 Chainz, I said, “2 Chainz you my dog, but you almost caught it.” He said, “I mess with you, man. You the first rapper who told me you was about to come at me.” I was talking to my lawyer one day, he was telling me, “2 Chainz, Drake, these the only guys that never charge you nothing for a verse, no travel, no anything.” I was like, alright, I gotta keep it 100 with these dudes.

During the 30-minute interview, Meek also talked about aiming for that No. 1 spot, serving as a role model for kids in the hood and the prison industrial complex. He confirmed that his upcoming Dreams Worth More Than Money LP will drop this Summer, too.

Watch the interview below…

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