Drake isn’t letting up on rap nemesis Meek Mill. Drizzy let fans know his feud with the Philly rapper is far from over. The Toronto spitter threw jabs at Meek in his Future-assisted joint project “What A Time To Be Alive.”
Drake wasted no time getting at Meek in opening record “Digital Dash.”
Drake raps, “I don’t forget or forgive/Told myself never again, I don’t let nobody in.”
He goes on to reference his alleged ghost writer Quentin Miller who was at the center of his beef, rapping, “I might take Quentin to Follies/You hate your life, just be honest.”
There is a bit of debate on whether Drizzy dissed Meek in “Big Rings.” Meek took a cheap shot at Drake when he went on his infamous Twitter rant accusing him of using ghostwriters.
Meek’s cheap shot at Drake came after the “Six God” lent him a feature on song “R.I.C.O.”
Drizzy points out this cheap shot, rapping, “This game is different/You only get one shot when n****s gon foul on you/Man, f**k em all, man, we want it all/Don’t get too involved, we gon knock you off/And to top it all I’m with all the dogs/It’s a new season and we still breathin.”
Drizzy wasn’t ready to let Meek Mill off of his lap just yet. Drake gives Meek another round of whippings in song “I’m The Plug.”
Drake opens his verse on this joint, rapping, “Whole time I was ready/They was like ‘Hold up, wait a minute’/I was like ‘Nah n***a, let’s get it.’
Meek Mill popularized the “hold on, wait a minute’ line in his “Dreams and Nightmares (Intro).”
As Hip Hop heads know, Meek raps, “Hold up, wait a minute, yall thought I was finished?”
Drake goes on to rap, “This that OVO Halloween gang, you know how I’m rocking already/If you come here trying to take some there’s a lot more where that came from/And it really ain’t no thing, I got Summer P in this thing.”
In this line, Drake makes mention of DJ Drama’s ex-wife Summer P. Walker. Drama was suspected of leaking the Quentin Miller reference tracks.
Many suspected a tweet Drama wrote was related to the reference tracks controversy.
“None of these n***as is ya friends. I put my intergrity on the line. And for what? smh,” he wrote on Twitter.
None of these n----- is ya friends. I put my intergrity on the line. And for what? smh.
— DJ DRAMA (@DJDRAMA) July 31, 2015
Drizzy has his middle fingers raised high to Meek Mill in “Change Directions.” Drake uses Chiraq lingo when letting the world know how he really feels about Meek.
He raps, “F**k all the opps and the shots that they send/I let off first then I let off again/You will not hear from them ever again.”
Meek has indeed been silent after Drake took it to him in songs “Charged Up” and “Back To Back.”
Meek Mill responded with “Wanna Know,” but 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 would later tease his 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.”
Drake was truly attempting the 3Peat like MJ in song “Jumpman.” We can argue that Drizzy sneak dissed Meek in this record playing off his infamous “Twitter fingers turn to trigga fingers” line in “Back To Back.”
Drizzy raps, “Chicken fingers, French fries for them h*es that wanna diss.”
Drake could be implying that Meek is too chicken to come after him on social media again.
Drizzy makes an effort to dead him and Meek’s beef in “30 For 30 Freestyle” saying he has bigger things to worry about than the DWMTM rapper.
Drake raps, “I mean, I say hats off for a solid effort/But we didn’t flinch for a second, we got out s**t together/Yeah, not here to fight wars.”
But Drizzy wasn’t there there in this record. He officially deads the beef by driving a dagger right in Meek, rapping, “The pen is working if you n****s need some ghost lines/I thought you wanted yours like I want mine/I guess you just making moves on your own time/But just know it’ll be January in no time/And your absence is very concerning/It’s like you went on vacation with no plan of returning/S**t is purely for sport, I need a 30 for 30/Banners are ready in case we need to retire your jersey.”
It appears Drake is just toying with Meek right now. Drake is treating it like a sport and running up the score. There’s definitely no way Meek can come back from this one.
What do you think about the jabs Drake threw at Meek? Sound off below.
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