Meek Mill accuses Karen Civil of shady business practices following Joyner Lucas and Cam'ron accusations.
Public relations specialist Karen Civilhas faced numerous allegations over the weekend. After Joyner Lucas accused her of finessing him out of $60,000early on in his career, Camron reminded peoplehes been trying to warn people about her for years. Now, Meek Millhas joined the conversation and accused Civil of practicing unfair business practices as well. Karen was my friend and turned on me for opportunitystart having the blogs posting negative about me on some conspiracy shit lol, he wrote. I forgive her but I definitely dont wanna deal with yall industry people that move like that! You should admit what you did to me too! He continued, People thought I was high just rantingIm not mad at her shes a woman Im over itIll appreciate if she said something about that tho! We were real friendsI used to give her a lot of exclusive records for her website! A post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) But Karen Civil,whos been vocal about defending herself online, was quick to confront Meek Millabout his tweets. On Sunday (September 19), she wrote, You know damn well I aint have no site play you, I literally just supported your album and shown you nothing but cordialness and respect last few years when we seen each other. She added, Sat on CH rooms defending you and didnt take part in these Twitter key key moments. Like cmon with BS narrative. You know damn well I aint have no site play you, I literally just supported your album and shown you nothing but cordialness and respect last few years when we seen each other. KC (@KarenCivil) September 19, 2021 Civils career caught fire in 2010 when she developed a website for Lil Wayneso he could stay in touch with his fans while he was incarcerated at Rikers Island. A year prior, Civil had already won a 2009 Black Web Award from Essence magazine and the staff of MTV News thanked her for contributions to the companys urban journalism in 2010. In 2015, Civil was a guest speaker at the White House Champions of Change event honoring young women and their contributions to their communities.