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Drake invites Councillor Norm Kelly to attend OVO

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Meek Mill Fires Back at Drake With ‘Wanna Know’.

This week, Drake took the offensive in his heated feud with Meek Mill by firing back-to-back shots at the Philadelphia MC in the form of two diss tracks.

There’s no music criticism harsher than the Twitter jury, and Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill is finding that out following the release of his Drake diss track “Wanna Know” late Thursday.Following a pair of diss tracks aimed in Meek Mill’s direction, the Philadelphia rapper finally fired back at Drake Thursday night with his hard-hitting “Wanna Know,” where he continues to hammer Drake for allegedly relying on ghostwriters.

And while Meek spoke out calling “Charged Up” “baby lotion soft” and posted a vague single-letter tweet after he released its follow-up, “Back to Back,” he hadn’t responded lyrically until now. On the Jhalil Beats and Swizz Beats production, which features a sample from WWE wrestler the Undertaker’s intro gong, Meek Mill dishes more ghostwriting jokes, a reference track for a rhyme Drake supposedly used as his own and even unearths a five-year-old rumor about Drake getting urinated on at a movie premiere. Save for an amusing suggestion that Drake was once urinated on by one of T.I.’s entourage, the lyrics lack both bite and humor — a disappointment considering Meek’s usual verbal fury. Throughout the beef, Meek Mill has maintained that Drake has been employing Miller as a ghostwriter, including for Drake’s guest verse on Mill’s “R.I.C.O.” While Miller has denied that he’s writing for Drake, Mill’s “Wanna Know” sneaks in a snippet of a “Know Yourself” reference track featuring Miller delivering the song’s notable chorus “Running through the Six with my woes.” “I just wanna know, if you ain’t write that running through the Six shit / Tell us who the fuck was Quentin running through the Six with,” Mill asks.

Drake posted an image of himself LOLing on Instagram, Whataburger chimed in with some sass and a number of athletes took to Twitter to make their feelings known – fitting, considering Drizzy worked Toronto great Joe Carter into the mix with “Back to Back.” Kevin Durant kept his response simple with a number of charged up emojis, while others, like Harrison Barnes and Isaiah Thomas, had a little more to say. While most of Meek Mill’s accusations are pretty straightforward, one lyric especially caught the ear of listeners: “You let Tip homie piss on you in a movie theater, nigga, we ain’t forget.” After baffling the Internet for a few hours, Ozone Magazine chief Julia Beverly revealed the rumored incident that inspired the line. “Drake got peed on by TI’s drunk friend Cap at the Takers premiere in Hollywood. (or so I heard from reliable sources),” Beverly tweeted. “Story I heard: Cap was fresh out of the Feds & drunk during the premiere, peed in the aisle & on Drake. Brandon Jennings, fresh off of butting heads with Mill’s manager, went a step further by taking one of Meek’s lines to heart – “Now y’all gonna have to give me a check to stop” – and offering $150 to save him from further embarrassment. Not only did the Steelers’ back think Mill’s track was “trash,” he suggested that Nicki Minaj do his writing from now on. 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings. Deposit $150 please now stop.” Perhaps the harshest criticism, though, came from Toronto councilor Norm Kelly, who defended the city’s favorite rapper by poking fun at the low quality of Mill’s response. “This is the reason people hire ghostwriters. #WeDidntWannaKnow,” Kelly tweeted of the diss track.

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