Meek Mill’s Photoshop skills are worse than his diss track

31 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Drake actually sent Charlamagne Tha God six bottles of champagne.

On Thursday night, Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend Meek Mill finally retaliated against Drake, releasing the diss track “Wanna Know” on Funkmaster Flex’s radio show. 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 battle between rappers Meek Mill and Drake grew heated enough to involve a Toronto city councillor, one of the most famous Blue Jays of all time and 1.5 million Google searches in a single day.In case you’ve somehow missed it, there’s a back-and-forth going on between Drake and Meek Mill after the Philadelphia MC accused Drake of using a ghostwriter.

Boasting a litany of sophomoric, barely coherent lines, it landed with a resounding thud, as the Internet collectively wondered, “It took this dude a whole week to cook this up?” “I just wanna know / If you ain’t write that runnin’ through the 6 shit / Tell us who was Quentin runnin’ through the 6 with,” raps Meek Mill, before the track segues to an interlude sampling songwriter Quentin Miller’s reference track for Drake’s “Know Yourself,” a song off his fourth album, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. There are also plenty of violent threats levied 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 Mill 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 drop a dime 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 his album. On it, the Toronto MC raps, ”You gon’ make me step out of my f–kin’ frame/ You gon’ make me buy bottles for Charlamagne.” And on Wednesday morning, Charlamagne found that Drake had actually delivered on his promise, sending him six bottles of Dom Perignon with a sweet note: “Let’s be friends, Aubrey Graham.” Charlamagne has said before that he doesn’t like it when Drake sings, but on Wednesday, the host gave Drake some props and called “Back to Back” a “tough, tough tune.” And when Meek Mill was imprisoned on a parole violation, Drake publicly wore a T-shirt that read “Free Meek Mill.” But it was radio silence on the @Drake account. Throughout his career, the Toronto rapper said he would never respond to criticisms of his music. “Diss me, you’ll never hear a reply for it,” he rapped on his early single Successful.

And “Back to Back Freestyle” has not only been streamed over 10 million times since it went live early Wednesday morning, but also led to a series of hilarious memes of Drake clowning Meek Mill under the hashtag #BackToBack, which was trending all day Wednesday. Minaj plays an important role in the dispute, since she is both Meek Mill’s tour partner and current girlfriend and Drake’s labelmate on Cash Money Records and rumoured former girlfriend. In this song, he questions Meek Mill’s opening slot on Minaj’s tour: “Is that a world tour or your girl’s tour?” The song itself has deeper subliminal meaning, referencing the Toronto Blue Jays’ 1992-1993 back-to-back World Championship.

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