aired out his beef with Drake for not writing his rhymes plus not supporting the MMG's sophomore album,
Dream Worth More Than Money, a Toronto politician stood up for Drizzy. Norm Kelly, a Toronto city Councillor for Ward 40, tweeted this morning that Meek is no longer welcome in Toronto (peep it below).

There's a strong chance that Kelly was joking, but you got to love the comment. Meek is scheduled to perform in Toronto next week with Nicki Minaj for The Pinkprint tour so it will be interesting to see if he's allowed across the border. Immigration officials could use his recent legal situation, a la Chris Brown in February, and turn the Philly native around. Or Drake really has that pull like he rapped about on "Dreams Money Can Buy" (My newest girl back home, got issues with parents/And some charges, how the fuck can I get her to Paris/Luckily, I'm the greatest my country's ever seen/So chances are I get the border to issue me clearance"). Meek and Drake have a song together on Dream Worth More Than Money titled "R.I.C.O.," which is one of the best songs of 2015 so far. Drake has always been publicly supportive of Meek Mill, even rocking a Free Meek Mill shirt at shows while Meek was in jail.

Twitter has been on fire for the last few hours since Meek's Twitter rant. Not only have fans been actively participating, but artists such as OG Maco, Roscoe Dash and more have chimed in on the subject. The beef is similar to Meek's past riff with his labelmate Wale last year when he aired the DC native out for, once again, not supporting his album.