Rick Ross is in Meek Mill's corner. The Maybach Music Group leader is voicing his opinion on the beef between the Philadelphia rapper and Drake that erupted over the summer.

“Ain’t nobody get bodied,” Rozay told The Breakfast Club Tuesday (Oct. 6). “If you think that was bodied, you buggin’. That’s light work. We got more money we finna go get.”

Ross did admit that he thinks feuds are all in good sport for hip-hop. “My position, I think this is what’s good for the culture. Coming up in the game, you will have skirmishes going for the No. 1 spot," he shared.

He also added that he has no ill will toward either artist, referring to Meek as his "little brother" and Drake as his "lil homie." Although he did compare them to "two lil homies in high school who fought over a pair of J's."

While the Mastermind creator spoke on his controversial year, he took the time to premiere a new track, "Sorry" featuring Chris Brown.

Breezy croons some pleading lyrics on the new tune as he sings about trying to change but falling into "broken promises, broken condoms, lipstick marks and unprotected sex."

"You know I ain't s---," he continues. Although it's Ross' song, the F.A.M.E. creator takes heed. But Rozay throws down some rhymes as well. "Temporary thrills, all these women you think I tossed / My feelings genuine, disregard what you see on blogs," he confesses over the smooth beat.

"Sorry" will likely appear on the Miami native's new album, Black Market.

Watch Ross sound off on the summer's biggest beef above and listen to his apologetic track below.

Listen to Rick Ross' "Sorry" Feat. Chris Brown

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