Drake Disses Meek Mill on His Project With Future
The beef between Drake and Meek Mill seemed like it had come to its logical conclusion after Drake's triumphant performance at OVO Fest in August, but the bad blood isn't going away. On his brand new joint project with Future, What A Time To Be Alive, Drake referenced his beef with Meek several times, dismissing the Philly MC on a slew of verses.
“I let off first, then I let off again/You will not hear from them ever again," Drizzy raps on "Change Locations," seemingly referencing his two diss tracks "Charged Up" and "Back To Back," released before Meek's response track "Wanna Know." "I mean, I say hats off for a solid effort/But we didn't flinch for a second, we got our shit together/Yeah, not here to fight wars/But niggas wanna talk high scores," he raps on "30 For 30 Freestyle," which seems like it's almost entirely about the Meek beef. "The pen is working if you niggas 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/Shit is purely for sport, I need it 30 for 30/Banners are ready in case we need to retire your jersey," he continues. "I might take Quentin to Follies/You hate your life, just be honest," he raps on opener "Digital Dash," referencing his alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller.
And Meek didn't take the diss and keep it moving, if his Instagram post from yesterday is anything to go by. "#fuckboyseason lol" he wrote in a caption of a photo of him laughing. But Instagram commenters took things to another level; similar to how Beyoncé fans flood Instagram comments with bumblebee emojis (for the BeyHive), fans have been littering Meek's comments with diamond emojis, referencing What A Time To Be Alive's cover art. Check out the Instagram below.