Meek Mill says he has beef with struggle at Power 99's Powerhouse

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NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 02: Rapper Meek Mill performs onstage at Power 105.1's Powerhouse 2013, presented by Play GIG-IT, at Barclays Center on November 2, 2013 in New York City.

Last night, Power 99's Powerhouse took over the Wells Fargo Center, with acts like Kehlani, Jeezy, Trey Songz, Wiz Khalifa, Desiigner, Young M.A.  

Philly showed out for their own. Lil Uzi Vert was greeted with loud cheers during Khalifa's set. 

But all eyes were focused on Meek Mill, the North Philly rapper who dropped his most recently album DC4 that morning and has been known more for his rifts with other rappers than his music as of late.

Mill went straight into his set that saw him bring out Young Thug, Desiigner. Midway, though, he had some words for the crowd.

Mill also let the crowd know that he doesn't have beef with anyone but he does "have beef with struggle." Telling the crowd he has bigger things on his mind like poverty and the issues facing the people in his city.  Mill had the crowd put their phones in the air in homage to lost loved ones.

Those are the battles he says he's fighting. 

At one point, he brought out plaques of his records. Mill thanked Philly saying, "A lot of people turn their back on me and a lot of them didn't."