Rick Ross is using his boss moves to let the world know that the the beef between his Maybach Music Group's artists Wale and Meek Mill is squashed.

"You know we on fire as usual. MMG, a lot of big things poppin', a lot of things being talked about and I'm actually happy to be here to address. Young Meek Mill, Young Wale, family good, ya dig. Y'all know how I do it," said MMG's head honcho in a video statement to TMZ. As a matter of fact, the crew is slated to drop a song together on their forthcoming collaboration album, Self Made Vol. 4.

Trouble between Wale and Meek stirred when the "The Matrimony" rapper went on Power 105's The Breakfast Club and seemingly sided with Drake on the feud he had with the Pjilly spitfire. "I honestly think he brought a pencil to a gunfight," Wale said.

Once the Dreams Worth More Than Money creator got wind of his comments, he went to Instagram to vent. “N----s b doing all this to drop a new record gossiping about they hoe ass feelings and they personal life because they miserable and nobody don’t rock wit them! Really stay away from me Fam!" he said before writing that Wale was kicked out of MMG and urging him to "go jump off a roof."

Rozay has been readily cleaning up the mess by assuring fans that all is good between his two artists. He posted two photos on Instagram to solidify their union. "Never question THE EMPIRE," the caption read for a video of Wale performing with DJ Khaled.

He also posted a photo of himself and Meek Mill. "When you got the best DOPE in da city"..they wait in line for it," he wrote.

The Album About Nothing creator even pledged his loyalty to MMG on Instagram, as he posted a photo of a MMG wrist tattoo. "We here permanently," Wale wrote.

While Meek has since deleted his initial Instagram post dissing Wale, the damage has been done. The internet doesn't forget that easily.

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