Meek Mill And Pastor Who Revoked His Hood Pass Have It Out On Radio, Accuse Each Other Of Being Rapists
Well, this just got worse. We first talked about the war between Meek Mill and Pastor Jomo K. Johnson a few weeks ago here; after that, it made the cover of the Daily News; and then, it all came to a head this morning.Here’s what went down:
Pastor Johnson took it upon himself to revoke rapper Meek Mill‘s hood pass over a lyric in his song “Amen,” where Mill thanks God for “good pussy.” Mill called into the Q Deezy Show this morning on Hot 107.9 where Johnson was a guest, and things got… heated. According to XXL, the two went back and forth about who does more for the community, each others’ criminal records, and which of them is more likely to be a rapist. Wait … what?
Meek attempted to turn the table. “Let’s do the statistics on rappers and pastors with rape. Zero percent rappers ever came to the light of raping a child. Pastors, it’s no match. What you talkin’ about? Is you protesting Eddie Long?”
Johnson quickly took the discussion to a new level. “Have you ever raped a woman before?” he asked. “Because if you haven’t, then you’re lying; your music is a lie.”
And with that (which weirdly sounds like Johnson would rather Mill be a rapist than a liar), absolutely nothing was settled. You can check out the audio of the whole situation over here.