Meek Mill Disses Drake In ‘1942 Flows’

Meek Mill told listeners during a radio press run at Hot 97 and Power 105 that he was ready to settle his issues with Drake. But a verse on the clean version of song “1942 Flows” says otherwise.

The Philly rapper appears to throw a shot at the OVO boss in the Dougie-produced track, rapping, “Heard they say I talk about my Rollie too much/But them flows you be using sounding stolen too much.”

This line is in response to Drake’s diss in his “More Life” song “Lose You,” where the OVO boss raps, “All you did was write the book on garbage a-- Rollies.”

Meek later takes a dig at Drake for biting artist’s flows, namely XXXTentacion.

He raps, “Swaggerjacking, jacking n****s swag, that’s extensious/Came in the culture like a vulture, now you winning.”

XXXTentacion got at Drake for having a flow similar to “Look At Me.”

X spoke on Drake swagger jacking him during radio interview with 103.5.

“They put his verse on my song and the cadence is just at the same tempo,” X told 103.5. “It’s not off beat at all. He’s not a man. He’s a b***h. That was a b***h move, especially when I was in jail facing life. If Drake would’ve came to my bond hearing, that would’ve made my f*****g day. If he would’ve showed he’s a hospitable person, and that he’ really in this s**t for the culture rather taking my s**t and running off with it and then putting it on his album, then he would’ve got my kudos, my respect.”

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