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Rick Ross Reveals Advice He Gave To Meek Mill In Drake Beef



Meek Mill is one of few rappers in today’s generation to not bite his tongue. This trait backfired for the MMG rapper after he decided to take aim at Drake in a Twitter rant. The Philly native accused Drizzy of using ghostwriters during his social media tirade.

MMG boss Rick Ross chose to not get involved in the rap battle and took a sideline approach. Ross finally expressed his thoughts on the heated beef during an interview with MTV while filming his music video for single “Sorry,” featuring Chris Brown.

Ross says he stands by Meek Mill’s decision to get at the Toronto artist.

“A lot of people have a lot of their own opinions,” he said. “But I’ve been in certain positions where people told me not to do that and I would do it again, if I had to. To me, that’s what the art is about. I feel like whatever it is you gonna do, if you heart is into it, that’s what you gotta do. That goes for whatever it is.”

Ross went on to reveal the advice he gave to Meek:

“You do what you wanna do,” he said. “You express yourself with your music the way you want to do it whenever you’re ready to do it.”

Ross’ advice is probably why Meek isn’t waving the white flag just yet.

The Dreamchasers frontman teased what appears to be a possible diss record at Drake. A snippet of Meek Mill rapping over Drake’s “Back To Back” beat hit the net.



Meek Mill has been throwing subtle jabs at Drizzy as of late.

Meek Mill recently posted a cryptic IG post that featured him wearing diamond rings with a caption, reading, “What a time.”



The diamond symbolizes the artwork for Drake and Future’s “What A Time To Be Alive” project and the caption, of course, is pretty straightforward.

Drake pretty much used most of the records on his joint project to throw shots at the Philly native. Drizzy took aim at Meek Mill in several songs on the project, including “Digital Dash,” “Big Rings,” “I’m The Plug,” “Change Directions,” “Jumpman” and his “30 For 30 Freestyle.”



Meek wasn’t too pleased. Meek Mill responded with a subliminal shot of his own at Drake in an IG post.

He posted a photo of himself with his Dreamchasers camp with a caption, reading, “#f*ckboyseason lol.”



But Drake’s loyal fanbase countered by flooding Meek Mill’s comment section with diamond emojis to symbolize the “What A Time To Be Alive” artwork.



Meek Mill is expected to diss Drake on his forthcoming “Dreamchasers 4” mixtape.



The MMG rapper took to IG to post snippets of himself in the studio rapping several tracks.

In the caption of one post, Meek wrote, “Shame on them n*ggas for betting against us!”

In another video, Meek raps, “I made an M in a week, but they telling me I took an L.”

There is also speculation that Meek Mill linked with the Sauce Twinz to record a Drake diss.

Sauce Walka shared an artwork onto his IG account that read, “Streets vs. Geeks.” The artwork features an owl picture underneath the “Geeks” side of the scoreboard. Underneath the “Streets” side is the baby from the Bad Boy Records logo.

The scoreboard reads: Streets- 3, Geeks- 1.



Drake gave Meek Mill a verbal whipping with the release of “Charged Up” and “Back To Back.”





Meek Mill responded with “Wanna Know.” The diss track has since been removed from the net after WWE sent him a cease and desist notice for using The Undertaker’s theme music in his Jahlil Beatz production.

Drake sealed the deal after teasing third diss record titled “3Peat” at OVO Fest.

Drake raps, “Dealing with these ni**as man it take a lot/Been saying f*ck a chaser when we taking shots/Look man, I said you don’t want that 3peat/Got you acting like a b*tch cause you ain’t get the retweet.”



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