"When I was saying sh*t about the rhymes you ain't wrote/ I can't wait until we run into ya/ I'ma put a gun in ya."
Whoa! Tell us you really feel, bro.
In case you forgot, Meek and Drake have been at odds ever since the 28-year-old threw shade at the Degrassi alum for supposedly not writing his own songs. The beef escalated when the industry pros exchanged SEVERAL diss tracks about each other.
Well, the Philly-native actually only released one, but still, we thought the matter was settled when the up-and-comer asked for a ceasefire on Instagram — even though Meek did eventually delete the post.
Hmm, very inneresting.
Regardless, it appears that the Started from the Bottom performer isn't phased by the violent threat. One source shared:
"For Drake, when it comes to Meek Mill, he thinks he is a complete joke. He feels that Meek should worry about making himself a success on his own merits instead of trying to diss him to make himself look good. Talking a big game and doing varying diss tracks against Drake is only making Drake laugh about everything and he thinks all the stuff that Meek is doing and has been doing is all just lame threats."
Umm, does the Canadian native need to re-watch the Degrassi episode where he gets shot? Gun violence is not a joke.
Here's hoping Meek is just making some empty threats. Nonetheless, we think Drake should amp up his security just to be safe.
Now ch-ch-check out the latest shade thrown by Meek for yourself (below)!
Cops in Indiana got a call on Saturday afternoon with a report of an "unresponsive female" -- and by the time EMTs arrived to the scene, the woman was found dead. Cops later confirmed it was the former TV star's body.
Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, other former co-stars and countless fans and admirers were still reeling from the news as of Sunday morning, too, with many sharing messages of condolences for Moran (below):