After being accused of committing writing fraud by rapper, Meek Mill, Young Money’s hitboy, Drake decides to respond to the alleged claims by unleashing not one, but two diss records that took the internet by storm. Listen to the tracks that have resulted in Meek becoming the new viral meme target, and Drizzy being drowned in viral praise. According to Mill, he is preparing a response, but not until after he gets to the money. (his recent instagram post) This is what Hip Hop is about, letting your music speak for you. Check out both diss records below!
Days prior to the unexpected Drake and Meek tweef (twitter beef), Minaj’s beau went on a twitter rant and attempted to put his bae’s ex boyfriend, Safaree aka “S.B” on blast by sharing a video from Safaree’s past. The clip shows a younger S.B whining his hips and twerking on a stage-like setting. Meek then attempted to expose S.B for being homosexual, a claim he created solely based on the throwback video. Safaree did not take lightly to the false accusations and decided to capitalize off of the moment by taking it to the booth to record his “Omeeka” diss record titled ‘Lifeline‘. The track is a little lacking on thought provoking metaphors, but undoubtedly takes more than just a few jabs at Hip-Hop’s new Bonnie and Clyde.
Listen to the pressed cut below, and lets us know what you think by leaving your comments!
So clearly Nicki Minaj was not too happy with the bars that her ex S.B spit and made it known that he didn’t collaborate with her to create some of her signature lyrics, claiming he was not on her level, intellectually. Meek has yet to hit the booth to fire back at the two “rapper(s)”, and if the memes are a true description of Meek’s current position, then he’s somewhere contemplating and calculating his comeback tweets. However, Meek’s delayed response did not halt Minaj, as she took a moment during her current PinkPrint Tour to address SB and his doubty claims. Check out her fiery response below!
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