The rapper initially used the social network to accuse Drake of not writing his own raps
Rapper Meek Mill has claimed that his management team changed the password for his Twitter account to prevent him from continuing his beef with fellow hip-hop star Drake.
The well-publicised dispute began when Mill accused Drake via Twitter of using a ghostwriter to write his lyrics. The feud escalated when Drake returned the jibes with two diss tracks without reply.
Meek Mill later dropped a diss track of his own, but has since removed it from Soundcloud, reportedly due to legal pressure from wrestling company WWE (the song sampled the theme music of wrestler The Undertaker).
Mill recently looked like he had called time on the beef. “I’m not entertaining no rap/real beef over drake s/o a rapper!” wrote Meek in a post that was later deleted. “I don’t feel like I gotta try to prove myself to people and end up in a real situation over this fake rap shit!” he continued. “All this killer shit on social media is like walking ya self into prison, and that ain’t my lifestyle.”
Now, Meek Mill has claimed that he was unable to access his Twitter account following the initial exchanges. He tweeted over the weekend: “My team stole my password from me! I’m just getting it back! Lol”. See that post below.
Meanwhile, Drake is currently celebrating the news that his ‘If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late’ mixtape has become the first record released in 2015 to go platinum in the US.
Celebrating the achievement, Drake posted a picture on Instagram alongside the comment: “Platinum off the tape. Views up next.” Views is a reference to ‘Views From The 6’, the title of his next project, tentatively scheduled for release this year.