Meek Mill is going through a period of transition in his career. He has revealed he no longer wants to work with the label’s big music release machine, revealing he’s had trouble with Atlantic Records in recent years. However, fans thought it might mean there was friction between him and Hov after rumors emerged that Meek and Roc Nation had parted ways.

Jay-Z and Meek Mill perform at the Budweiser Made in America festival. Arik Mazur/FilmMagic/Getty Images

Meek quickly shut down the rumors on Twitter. He explained that he and Jay are on good terms, as he is with the rest of the Roc Nation team. He said they amicably parted ways due to Meek’s aspirations to build his own music empire as an independent entity.

“Everything I saw today was sweet and halfway rock… I am personally running my own business so I can take risks and grow.. we came to this deal together.. I have a contract with roc for my artist and i have reform super linked with them and many other investments with jigga,” he tweeted. “And roc nation is my family don’t mix up my message to the atlantic mixed with roc or MMG…they don’t stop anything i do we did about 100m together mike and Hov saved my life b4 And put a lot of energy into it im not in behind on my favors in life with my people, I am good.”

Jay-Z, for the most part, didn’t respond to the rumors until this morning.

On DJ Khaled’s title track God made, featuring Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and John Legend, Hov professes his respect and love for Meek Mill. He raps, “Me and Meek could never fight, I freed that nigga from a whole deal / Hov did it / Next time we got a talk about who the GOAT is, you asses know that. “

In response, Meek quoted a tweet from Chino Braxton quoting those bars, writing, “Never!!!!”

It looks like we might expect to see Meek and Jay-Z make some money in the future.