Meek Mill: Drake Doesn’t Write His Own Raps

Meek Mill: Drake Doesn’t Write His Own Raps

Fighting words.

Published July 22, 2015

What’s beef? In 2015, “beef” is collaborating with another rapper who your girlfriend once called a “brother,” and then dragging him on Twitter on a random Tuesday. 

This is fighting in the Twitter age, and Meek Mill set it off last night. It all started for no real reason at all besides, maybe, he wanted to defend Nicki Minaj after the VMAs/Taylor Swift tweets, or perhaps he was just bored. The Philly rapper went on a rant that started with Minaj’s ex Safaree Samuels and ended at Drake having a ghostwriter.

Ghostwriting is a big negative in hip hop, even though it does happen. That’s not to say that Drizzy has been using an understudy, but accusing him of having one is a major insult.

Meek is really irritated with Drake for not tweeting about Dreams Worth More Than Money, because he was still talking about it for a good hour, and OG Maco even put his bid in. Then Meek decided to hit the club, but that doesn't mean it's over.

Rick Ross tweeted and deleted some Drizzy shade, and there's still a chance that the 6 God will respond.

Just wait on it. 

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Written by Latifah Muhammad

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