The Toronto Raptors Don't Play Meek Mill's Music

Toronto Raptors

The Toronto Raptors Don't Play Meek Mill's Music

Oh man, oh man... not again.

Published January 15, 2016

The Toronto Raptors bump a who's who list of MCs in their locker room.

But one rapper whose rhymes don't get played by the NBA team? That would be Meek Mill, of course.

It shouldn't be surprising, considering Drake is the Raptors' global ambassador and entered the New Year coming off a successful rap battle win over Meek.

When asked by Complex this week about who the Raptors play in their locker room on game days, team forward Patrick Patterson mentioned a host of names before speaking on the audio ban on Meek.

"Oh, it’s nothing but hip hop so Young Thug, Drake, Rick Ross, Weezy, Rich Homie Quan…" Patterson said. 

When asked about Meek, Patterson added: "Oh yeah, Meek Mill has been banned for a long time. No one plays Meek Mill."


There are "Levels" to this beef.

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla


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