In a conversation with Tidal’s Elliott Wilson series, Meek Mill opened up about an awkward double date he was invited on with Jay-Z and Beyoncé and his ex Nicki Minaj that proved to be pretty painstaking for the emcee, Complex reports.

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The “Championships” rapper revealed on CRWN that while he was pretty psyched to get a call to hang out with the hitmaking duo at dinner, things got uncomfortable when Jay took control of the song playlist. He then shared a funny tale about when Drake’s diss song “Back to Back” played, making for an awkward and uneasy moment in time.

He explains: “It was my first time. I was hype as s**t. I was with Nicki and s**t. I’m from the hood. Hov and Beyonce like, ‘Come and eat with us.’ I’m like, ‘Damn, I’m about to double date with Hov and Beyoncé right now. This s**t is incredible,’” he recalled.

But things took a left real fast.

“Hov got the playlist. He clicking through s**t. He clicking through, ‘Back to Back’ come on by mistake while we at the table,” he said.

“I’m like oh s**t. What the f**k? So Beyoncé and Hov and Nicki, everybody just looking like they don’t know what the f**k is going on,” he said. “I gotta take a s**t now. What the f**k?“

The infamous song released by Drake had much to do with the beef the two had brewing back in 2015. The song was such a hit, that it even landed a Best Rap Performance at the 2016 Grammy awards nomination.

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At least he can laugh about it now.

Mill has been sharing his life story at every turn.

Recently he wrote an emotional letter written to his 19-year old self, for the fall cover story of XXL latest issue.

“I know, right now, life is tough, but you have to believe me when I say it’s only temporary. You will not be a victim of your circumstance. Your struggles are just building you a greater tomorrow,” he writes.

The Philly native was jailed in November 2017 for violating his probation but was released five months later after several A-listers, including Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Kevin Hart rallied for his freedom.