Meek Mill Is America's Most Wanted MC, Performing at The Cove on January 31

Maybach Music recording artist and Rick Ross protégé Meek Mill just can't escape the heat.

And we're not talkin' poolside piña colada. Or spicy jambalaya.

We're refering to a big ol' bloody slab of ol' fashioned beef. And if Mill doesn't watch his step, he might veer off the fast track to MVP and find himself branded America's Most Wanted MC.

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For starters, there's his feud with fellow Philadelphia spitter Cassidy. But we don't object to the rivalry as much as we wish Meek wouldn't be such a crybaby prima-donna about the whole thing. It is via feuding that one may acquire a proverbial throne to watch.

So what if the kid gets an incidental piggy-back along the way? The way Mill talks about Cassidy "stealing from him" reeks of pettiness. Not a good look, bro.

But the drama doesn't stop there for the Bawse's boy. Last Halloween, he was arrested and jailed by the Philadelphia Police Department for, like, nothing. And now he's filed a lawsuit, citing "false imprisonment, invasion of privacy and civil rights violations among other charges."

Whatever's next for Meek Mill, we hope -- for his sake -- the experience is strictly vegetarian. As in 100-percent beef free.

Meek Mill. Presented by Invite Miami and Maybach Music Group. Thursday, January 31. The Cove, 10730 NW 25th Street. Doors open at midnight and tickets cost $46 to $220 plus fees via Call 786-600-5151 or visit

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Matt Preira