Meek Mill Decides Not To Sue The Cosmopolitan After They Apologized For Threatening To Call Cops On Him

Meek Mill Decides Not To Sue The Cosmopolitan After They Apologized For Threatening To Call Cops On Him


Looks like all that fiery passion burning in Meek Mill over the injustice he suffered at the hands of the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas really dissipated quick. TMZ is reporting that after a rocky moment last week during which Meek was ready to sue the Cosmo, the two have come to an amicable resolution. The Cosmo apologized and Meek accepted. See how easy that is? …I mean he’s also probably getting free rooms for life, but it’s the apology that matters.

TMZ says that the whole The-Cosmopolitan-Is-Part-Of-A-Racist-Conspiracy-Against-Black-Rappers mini-drama has come to a screeching halt. After being turned away from The Cosmopolitan because of alleged security concerns at the nightclub, and then being threatened with having the police called for tresspassing–Meek was ready to go to war with them. He and his lawyer, Joe Tacopina said they were going to sue the resort and casino and they had friends and names of people who were also ready to bring up racist hotel practices. Snoop Dogg‘s people and O.J. Simpson‘s lawyer both allegedly reached out to Joe about the issue. Which is like, one of those people is maybe someone to align yourself with, while the other…

After they saw that the heat was coming in on them fast, the Cosmo apologized to Meek publicly for what they did.

“We apologize to Meek Mill for how we handled the situation on Saturday, May 25, as we did not act in a respectful manner and were wrong. Meek Mill has not had any prior incidents on our property. The Cosmopolitan has zero tolerance for discrimination and we pride ourselves on providing an inclusive environment. We look forward to welcoming Meek Mill back to the resort.”

So I’m guessing Meek will be able to stay at the Cosmo for free for life. After he and his lawyer both got their titanium key fob allowing them to book a free room whenever with the ease of a tap, Joe put out a statement saying that the heat was officially off:

“We appreciate the Cosmopolitan’s apology and will no longer pursue legal recourse at this time.”

Hmmm, well that indignant passion to fight against the injustice of it all really fades fast when you have free shit dangled in your face. But, I guess that’s the whole point of starting a huff: to get complimentary apology compensation. Why else pop the fuck off about things like candles?


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