Meek Mill’s losses continue on. Justin Bieber, Khloe Kardashian, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, and French Montana have all been named as witnesses in Meek’s ongoing lawsuit with a Beverly Hills glass mansion owner, who alleges Mill is liable for the house getting trashed during a party earlier this year.
Back in February, Meek rented the swanky mansion for one week and threw a Grammys after-party. During the bash, the pad was reportedly damaged when an alleged fight broke out between some guests — some of whom may not have been invited.
At the time, it was reported cops were called to the glass mansion in the early hours over loud music, and it apparently took three hours to clear the streets of around 1,000 people. No arrests were made, and the police didn’t go inside the house. However, the house was reportedly wrecked, which led to Meek Mill getting sued by the owner as he held the lease.
Now, Khloe Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, French Montana, and Breezy have all been yanked into Mill’s lawsuit because the recently Drake-dissed rapper is still reportedly refusing to negotiate a payment for the post-party damages to the mansion.
According to TMZ, the glass house owner is upping the ante in the suit as a result of Meek not paying up. The gossip website reports the owner claims he warned Mill about having parties and having more than six people at the residence at any time.
The website alleges the owner’s lawyer says Meek’s feet-dragging prompted the owner to name high-profile guests — Bieber, Kardashian, Minaj, Montana, and Brown — in the suit, and reportedly plans to depose them to testify about the party.
The aim is to apply pressure to Meek Mill who hasn’t seen the best of times of late. Given the seeming fact of damage to the glass mansion and Meek’s holding of the lease when the party took place, it is likely the Philadelphia-born rapper will be advised by his legals to settle.
Meek was recently “burned” by Drake after the Toronto MC called him out in three tracks as the result of Mill claiming that Drake used ghostwriters. Following Twitter and the music press’ consensus that Mill’s subsequent rap reply failed to cut it, Drake applied further heat by memeing the heck out of Mill at his OVO Fest on Monday night.
Can Meek Mill afford to have more famous pals become foes not woes? If he persists in not settling and Bieber and the rest Co. get deposed, maybe more diss tracks will be on the cards?
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