Meek Mill Takes Another Jab at Drake After Releasing ‘Wanna Know’ [PHOTOS]
To recap, the Philly spitfire dropped his diss track, “Wanna Know,” last night, which didn’t quite deliver the lyrical punch he needed against Drake’s “Back to Back” diss. Fans realized this and roasted Mill on social media. Even fellow rappers Joe Budden, 50 Cent and Ja Rule chimed in on the rap feud.
Meek went on Instagram and accused Drake of being a fraud because his alleged ghostwriter, Quentin Miller, wrote his rhymes. "So this is rap now! You can have a n---- write ya raps and that's acceptable.. just like in the streets you can tell on people and still b the man and get the same respect as the next man!" he writes in the caption.
While authenticity in rap is important, at this point, no one really cares that Miller may have written Drizzy’s rhymes. After the OVO leader delivered two convincing diss songs back to back, it’s time for Meek to deliver his own bars that are on “Ether” level. Otherwise, this rap feud is over and the victory goes to Drake.
However, we give props to Meek's art director. The designer has come up with some funny photos aimed at Drake. The Soundcloud artwork for "Wanna Know" -- with Drake looking like Milli Vanilli -- and the Instagram photo of the OVO owl emblem as a ghost (for ghostwriter) are clever and funny.
We have to agree with Power 105 personality Charlamagne tha God, Drake was calculating with his lyrical attacks on Meek.
We don't think this rap feud is over just yet. Rumor has it that Drake has one more song in the chamber and it's purportedly called "Threepeat."
Also, keep in mind that Drake is hosting and performing at his annual OVO Fest on Sunday (Aug. 2) and Monday (Aug. 3) in Toronto. So he will no doubt address this situation over the weekend.
What do you think of Meek Mill's Instagram posts aimed at Drake? Is it too little too late? Tell us in the comments below.