Tonight, the hip-hop community believed that they were getting a diss to Drake by Meek Mill, but they got that, and much more.
The newly sparked between Drake and the Philly rapper has come to a head, as the OVO head honcho responded to a series of tweets from Meek accusing him of using a ghostwriter with not one, but two diss tracks.
Both “Charged Up” and his latest “Back To Back” freestyle have gotten fans of the culture all riled up, wondering where is Meek’s response track?
After Funkmaster Flex took to the Hot 97 airwaves to play more reference tracks of Drake’s songs by Quentin Miller, Meek’s diss record finally came to the surface.
With lines such as, “Puffy almost caught a domestic when he smacked that bitch,” Meek didn’t hold back his punches, using Quentin Miller’s reference track audio in the background.
Drake seems to have heard the diss from Meek already, and posted what looked like a subliminal response to the record on his Instagram.
Take a listen to Meek’s diss below, and let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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Meek Releases New Drake Diss Record “Wanna Know” (NEW MUSIC) was originally published on globalgrind.com