Drake responds to Meek Mill’s ‘diss’ track ‘Wanna Know’ by laughing at the …

31 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Meek Mill Finally Fires Back at Drake with Lame Diss Track ‘Wanna Know’.

Meek Mill finally fired back at Drake in their social media fueled feud Thursday night, dropping the diss song “Wanna Know” on New York’s Hot 97 radio station.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.Over a week after Meek Mill first called out Drake for allegedly having a ghostwriter, the Philly rapper has responded with his own diss record, “Wanna Know”. The song also features what appears to be rapper Quentin Miller — Drake’s supposed ghost writer — singing a reference track for the recent Drake song “Know Yourself.” The cover art for the song shows Drake’s face photoshopped over a member of infamous lip-syncers Milli Vanilli, with a drawing of a ghost behind him.

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. There are also plenty of violent threats against Drizzy’s family (“We the type of niggas tie your mother up / Fuck your sister in the ass and hit your brother up, pussy / You really sweet, I’ll call you Buttercup”) and an echoing voice calling him “Milli Vanilli.” If you haven’t been keeping tabs on the most amusingly hilarious rap rivalry in ages, back on July 21, Meek went on a Twitter tantrum, claiming that Drake doesn’t write his own raps—including on the Meek track he guested on, “R.I.C.O.” Nobody knows why Meek decided to go in on Drake, but he did whine in his tweets about Drake—who has 24.7 million Twitter followers to Meek’s 4.94 million—not tweeting about his new album. Recently, a former senior advisor to president Barack Obama called the feud “brilliant marketing” tweeting: “I am ambivalent on Meek Mill as a rapper, but baiting Drake into a week long feud just as his album dropped is brilliant marketing.”

Within days, Drake put out the diss “Charged Up” and then “Back to Back Freestyle,” which brings Mills’ beau Nicki Minaj into the feud. “You love her then you gotta give the world to her / Is that a world tour or your girl’s tour?” Drake rapped, referring to their shared tour, where Mill got booed during a stop in Drake’s native Toronto this week. DJ Funkmaster Flex has also completely lost his mind over the beef, releasing a series of “reference tracks” by artists who’ve contributed to Drake songs, including Miller—despite the fact that Miller wrote a candid explainer on his Tumblr communicating how grateful he was that Drake plucked him from a bakery to help him work on some tracks, and how he isn’t Drake’s ghostwriter and “could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together.”

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