Meek Mill’s Crew Tried to Confront Drake at “Summer Sixteen” Philly?

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A day after Drake called Meek Mill "a p*ssy" in D.C., Meek's crew reportedly showed up to the Philly stop of the "Summer Sixteen Tour" on Sunday... to confront him.

In a series of Instagram posts, a man who identified himself as being a Dreamchasers affiliate talked about going to the concert to confront Drake. "I'ma let y'all n*ggas know right now, we 100, 200 deep," he said. "Dreamchasers, we gonna press this n*gga Drake. He's been disrespectful."

@meekmill dream chaser team and bodyguards are tired of @champagnepapi shit!😳 Via @dline_back2new

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Apparently, he kept his promise when a group of guys showed up outside the concert gates at the Wells Fargo Center in Philly following the show -- though it didn't appear to be anywhere close to 100 people, and it's wasn't confirmed that they were officially affiliated with Meek.

However, in an IG video, they complained that Drake hired police at the conclusion on the concert. "He got the police guarding him and he won't come out," the narrator of the video said. "They closed the gates up and all that." He also noted that Drake "sent J. Prince out here, talking to n*ggas, man. These n*ggas p*ssy."

Again, while it's still unclear if the group was affiliated with Dreamchasers, Meek Mill posted -- and then later deleted, according to Baller Alert -- an Instagram caption that seemed to allude to the incident. "When u run out the backdoor wit 12 and use the 'old man' to save you," he wrote, referencing J. Prince. "I'm done. You had Philadelphia swat with you. Ima go ahead and hang it up with these suckas! Had y'all tucked back in there for hrs lol. #stillrunning. I only came to talk lol."

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Drake didn't respond directly, but did post the following cryptic IG post while it was going on:

I will never develop an addiction to fiction. It's for getting at the truth when the truth isn't sufficient for the truth.

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