If you think Meek Mill has lost his freestyle flow, guess again. The Philly spitfire appeared on Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex show and showed just how much lyrical ammo he still has in his chamber.

In the video above, Mill aimed his lyrical bullets at his haters including Beanie Sigel, who he aired out over some ghostwriting allegations. Over the classic Mobb Deep “Quiet Storm” beat, the Dreamchaser leader big-ups his crew before his diss Drake and his other rap foes.

All this cash money got me stunting like I'm Baby / Posted up with Nicki, that's when it get tricky / N----s in they feelings, that's when it get Drizzy."

He then throws a shot at the Broad Street Bully rapping, “They like Meek Milly won’t you spit that crack again / Fake n----s up three bring us back again / Riding down Broad Street I’m in there back again, I bull n----s unlike Mack again, Philly."

Then Mill delivers a mix of gritty lyrics with conscious rhymes about the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Flint Water Crisis over Jay Z's "Where I'm From" instrumental. The 29-year-old rapper wraps things up with a blistering freestyle a cappella style.

Overall, Meek Mill is still on top of his game. "DC4 on the motherf---ing way," he said. "We only doin' it strictly for the streets. We ain't doin' it for the internet -- strictly inspiration for the streets, motivation for my young n---as behind the walls and stuck in the trenches."

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