Last night (July 30), Meek Mill dropped "Wanna Know," a response to Drake's pair of disses, "Charged Up" and "Back to Back." Though it garnered a reaction that was tepid at best, Meek's song did have one point that sparked serious discussion: did somebody pee on Drake? According to TMZ, that's exactly what happened during a 2010 screening of Takers. Apparently, the movie--which stars T.I., Chris Brown, Matt Dillon, Idris Elba and the late Paul Walker, among others--was being screened at the Sony lot, and Drake and his entourage were in attendance. Sources say that the super star got in a heated argument with one of T.I.'s childhood friends, who...peed on him. Those who witnessed the incident say Drake ran out of the theater screaming.

So while the world's rap fans still seem by and large to be siding with Drake, maybe the, well, tides are starting to turn a bit. Today, Ice-T told Sway that he thinks Drake's disses have been corny, seeing as they're too obviously about Meek to be subliminal, yet don't say his name or deliver any damaging details. Mychal Kendricks, the Philadelphia Eageles linebacker (and object of Rihanna's Man-Crush Monday affection) suggested that Drake might not be welcome in Philadelphia after dissing Meek. The beef between the two rappers stems from Meek's allegation that Drake uses ghostwriters, a claim that has been in part corroborated by Quentin Miller's reference tracks for songs like "10 Bands," "Know Yourself" and "R.I.C.O." The latter appeared on Meek's Dreams Worth More Than Money.