The rap feud between Drake and Meek Mill is history now, but the topic is constantly being brought up in interviews. In a convo with with MyMixtapez, Mill addresses the internet saying he “took an L” in his battle against Drizzy.

The MMG rapper told Charm La’Donna that he’s been winning before and after Drake.

"Last year and the position I was in, a lot of people was going with the wave that I was actually losing, but my life was good," he said. "The internet is kind of uncontrollable where people go with their own ways," he continued. "It’s a world of cowards where people get behind a computer and type anything."

The Philly spitfire said he's a winner as he points out the luxury vehicles surrounding him and the fact that his family life is stable.

"My son is five years old, just turned five years old the other day. He's speaking French," he said. "If you call that losing, I don't know what you call that. That's like me going on Draymond Green or Steph Curry's comments and putting up an L. They have been winning all year."

The conversation then switch to his anticipated project Dreamchasers 4. Mill still doesn't have a release date for it yet, but he says it's coming soon.

“If I got five dollars for somebody asked me every time when DC4 comes out I’d probably have $5 million right now,” he said. “It’s a mixtape slash album, basically. This mixtape right here is my reintroduction for the people that doubted me.”

Mill also talked about taking a new direction in his music. While he doesn't mind spitting that gangsta s---, he want to change the word to something that's positive rather than negative.

"I don't want to always touch on violence all time," he explained. "Growing up gangsta to me was you had to be robbin and killin'. My new definition of gangsta is go get your mom a house. Put them in position so they don't have to work for the rest of their life."

"That's the message I really want to deliver to these kids that follow me," he added.

Watch the entire Meek Mill interview above.

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