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Meek Mill is being called out on social media for his attempt to justify charging $250,000 for a guest verse.

The Philly rapper recently revealed the cost of a Meek Mill verse, prompting users to question whether the return on that investment would be beneficial.

Meek had claimed that was his standard rate in a post on Twitter, writing: “Every time I do a verse I charge 250k and up if you got 150k on sight and I like the song we can swap it outtt!!!!”

“If you spend $250,000 on a guest verse, you’d need to generate roughly 75 million streams just to break even on that expense — assuming you own 100 percent of the record. Add production and engineering costs and that break even line rise,” one user argued in response to Meek.

In response, Meek argued: “Nah it’s brand swapping some of these artist need others platform to get their point across and I offer them data and fanbase opportunities along with mass marketing I have 50 millions followers with real engagement … you can get good playlisting with solid meek feat!”

Meek Mill’s last major feature dropped in 2021, when he appeared on the track “Still Runnin” from Lil Baby and Lil Durk’s “The Voice Of The Heroes” album.

The claim about his rate comes after Meek teamed up with Fivio Foreign for the single, “Same 24,” earlier this month

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