Meek Mill claims to no longer be a fan of Drake, but his actions say otherwise. The Philly rapper was recently caught singing Drizzy’s “Fake Love” while cooling in the club.
Drizzy recently sat down with DJ Semtex to open on his issues with Meek in one of his most telling interviews.
Drake told Semtex that he is sure the Philly MC regret going at him on Twitter.
“That whole situation, it was what it was,” he said. “You can interview Meek and you can ask him if he thinks it was worth it. I bet he’ll tell you no.”
Drake didn’t hold back after he tore into Meek in “Charged Up” and “Back To Back.” Drake revealed his mindset when releasing these records.
“I didn’t know who was going to be on his diss track or what he had ready,” Drake said. “I thought this was three months in the making. When I dropped ‘Charged Up,” just to kinda see what the preparation level was, I realized – oh wow you’re not ready. This is really just your emotions about something.”
The ghostwriting allegations Meek made still sting Drake to his day.
“You know how good I am at writing music. But you [Meek Mill] really tried to spin the entire narrative of my career and end my life,” he said. “ And take food from my family and really try to like end it all. You didn’t even do it through music. You just talked or tweeted. That was like sickening to me. I had to really get revenge.”
Drake said him and Meek would never be friends again.
“That’s just not somebody who I ever want to be friend with,” he said. “I don’t have that level of respect for him because of his actions. I’m not looking to be friends or cordial.”
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