Meek Mill could only stay quiet for so long. Just a couple of days following both of Drake’s diss tracks towards the rapper, Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend fired back with a track of his own on July 30. Listen to Meek’s response here!
Finally! After being hit with two diss tracks, Meek Mill, 28, decided to respond to Drake‘s, 28, songs with one of his own. Nicki Minaj‘s, 32, boyfriend released ‘Wanna Know’ on July 30 as his response to the Canadian rapper, but was final product good enough to put Drake in his place? Listen and decide for yourself.
Unfortunately, the response fell flat. The only shade Meek really threw with the song “Wanna Know” was his collaboration with Quentin Miller. Quentin is credited as a writer on a few songs featured on Drake’s latest mixtape, “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.” The writer is heard singing Drake’s infamous line, “running through the six with my woes, counting money you know how it goes.” However, artists collaborating with other writers on songs isn’t something new. Even Beyoncé and other popular artists collaborate with writers to create songs.
Meek still gets some credit, he did try his best. The 28-year-old rapper started the feud when he first blasted Drake on July 22 via Twitter claiming the former Degrassi star wasn’t writing his own raps. Since the initial diss, Drake released “Charged Up” and “Back To Back” as a response to Meek’s ghostwriting claims. However, Nicki’s boyfriend wasn’t going to sit back and just take the bashing. As a result of that, Meek dropped his own diss track as a response to Drake’s.
Drake Quickly Responds After Meek Dropped His Diss Track
That was fast! Not too long after Meek released his response to Drake, the Canadian rapper had a response for him. Unfortunately, Drake did not release another song. Instead, the 28-year-old responded in the form of a picture on Instagram. He posted a candid photo of himself laughing while holding his phone. Some response!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Did Meek’s response hold up to both of Drake’s diss tracks?
— Michelle Phi