Rapper makes fresh claims that Drake doesn’t write his own lyrics
Meek Mill has renewed his beef with Drake, claiming again that the Canadian rapper doesn’t write his own lyrics.
The pair have feuded since June 2015, when Mill first claimed that Drake employs ghostwriters to pen his raps. The claim came after Drake guest starred on Mill’s single ‘R.I.C.O’ from the album ‘Dreams Worth More Than Money’.
Mill’s latest claim comes on a verse on his remix with Fabolous for Fat Joe And Remy Ma’s hit ‘All The Way Up’. Mill raps: “This is hip-hop/You ain’t write it, don’t record it/I don’t know how they gettin’ down ‘cross the border”.
Later on in the track, Mill refers to Drake’s album ’Views’ by freestyling “Views from the projects?/N***a, I’m the prospect.”
When Mill first attacked Drake, the Canadian responded with two diss tracks in July 2015, ‘Charged Up’ and ‘Back To Back’. In ‘Charged Up’, Mill claimed he stayed silent in the feud to maintain his dignity, before referencing his baseball team Toronto Blue Jays’ World Series win over Mills’ team Philadelphia Phillies in ‘Back To Back’.
Mill’s latest diss on ‘All The Way Up’ comes three days after Jay-Z remixed the same track. Jay used his remix to address Beyonce’s album ‘Lemonade’ for the first time since the album was released and made reference to his alleged infidelity in their marriage.