Meek Mill FINALLY Responded To Drake’s Diss Tracks By Promoting Sexual Violence Against Women?! And Drake Responded In The Best Way!

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Wow… this is not what a “man” sounds like.

Meek Mill weirdly picked a fight with Drake last week, claiming that Drizzy used a ghostwriter on some of his songs. Well, Drake went ahead and released two diss tracks, Charged Up and Back to Back, both making fun of Meek’s career. He uses lines like, “Is that a world tour or your girl’s tour?” to get his point across. He’s of course referring to Nicki Minaj‘s tour.

[ Photos: Famous Beefs And Diss Tracks ]

WELL, Meek finally released his own diss track, Wanna Know, and not only was it pretty weak, but he tries to use violence in general and specifically RAPE to get his point across! Disgusting. He raps, “We the type of n*ggas to tie your mother up, F*ck your sister in the *ss and hit your brother up, p*ssy.”


In the middle of the song, Meek also splices in part of a recording of Know Yourself from a rapper named Quentin Miller, implying that Champagne Papi wrote none of that song.

Following the release of this sad diss track, Drake had one very simple response:

Nicely done, Drake.

If you want to listen to Meek’s NSFW song, you can (below), but you might want to just save yourself the time and read this instead.

[Image via Instagram.]

Jul 31, 2015 9:51am PDT

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