Meek Mill had his day in court yesterday, facing more potential jail time for violating his parole by taking an unauthorized trip out of Philadelphia. Nicki Minaj even appeared in court, testifying on her man's behalf. Most notably though, prosecutor Noel DeSantis shared that Drake fans "blew up" her phone with pleas to arrest Meek after reports surfaced that he had been stopped at the Canadian border in August.

The Drake and Meek Mill beef has been storied, with Rick Ross even entering the fray. It's hard to imagine Drake encouraging or endorsing this sort behavior, as he's waved of anti-Meek chants at his show's saying "He's dead already." It seems if 2015's biggest rap story carries over into the new year, it will be the fans who do it.

In other Drake news, word has come out as to how the rapper feels about being impersonated on Erykah Badu's new mixtape But You Caint Use My Phone. In an interview with Pitchfork, Badu relayed Drake's reaction that she had recruited someone else to play his part. "I told him about ItsRoutine, and he laughed and made a joke that he didn’t want these guys taking up his tea time." Drake rapped on "Days in the East" that he had visited Badu at her house and the two had shared tea. Badu also mentioned a real collaboration with Drake might be in the works. "He’s with me every step of the way," she said. "We’re not finished—you thought I was through?!"

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