Drake Says He Hasn't "Taken A Loss" All Week
The general internet consensus around the Drake and Meek Mill beef is that Drizzy is in the lead, and it seems the Toronto rapper has made going online part of his day, as he's aware of the scoreboard.“I haven’t taken a loss all week,” Drake told a Bleacher Report cameraman at his annual OVO kickball event, slyly bringing Meek into a question about the game.
Charts Don't Lie: August 1st
The #FutureHive has proved that internet hype can very much inspire actual album sales, as DS2 soars to number one, giving Hendrix not only his first number one, but doubling the sales of Honest. He makes for the only real notable debut on the charts, but Tyrese and Meek Mill are still hanging on to their placements within the top ten. Check out the full breakdown below.
WWE Reportedly "Looking Into" Meek Mill's Use Of The Undertaker's Entrance Music
Meek Mill may have been looking to get under Drake's skin with "Wanna Know," but it looks like the WWE may have taken more offence to the song than Drizzy. According to TMZ, the wrestling organization isn't pleased that Meek Mill used the iconic bells from The Undertaker's entrance music in his track. "WWE takes its intellectual property rights very seriously, and we're looking into the matter," a rep told the gossip site.
Azealia Banks Adds Her Two Cents To The Meek Mill & Drake Debate
There's usually a maximum of 24 hours that can go by before Azealia Banks weighs in on a controversy, and she's right on time with her #take on the Meek Mill/Drake beef. Turns out, her reaction to Meek Mill's "Wanna Know" is pretty level-headed, especially in the social media climate that demands opinions be taken to extremes. "Yo. Yall some bandwagon ass niggas cause u know that meek mill track had a nice little bounce and edge to it. Stop frontin," she said, adding, "It's not flames but it's def not trash. I liked it.!"
Meek Mill Is Charlamagne's "Donkey Of The Day"
Meek Mill finally responded to Drake last night, but the general perception is that it wasn't quite the triumph the Philly rapper was hoping for. After naming Funk Flex the Donkey Of The Day earlier in the week (and subsequently receiving 6 bottles in the mail from Drake), Charlamagne Tha God has now gone on to give Meek the same title today. While it's weird to see the shock jock buddying up to Drake, he seems to be entirely on Drizzy's side of things today. Naturally, he cut right to the chase-- "Meek Mill, this record you put out last night was garbage, bruh.”
Everything We Know About Drake Getting Peed On
Meek Mill's long-awaited response to Drake arrived last night, and while he talked plenty of shit throughout, it wasn't until the last seconds of the song that he dropped the kicker -- "You let Tip homie piss on you in a movie theater nigga, we ain’t forget". While it was intended to be something of an ether, the line caused more confusion than damage, with Twitter quickly hypothesizing about how, when, and why Drizzy got peed on.
Meek Mill Sends More Shots At Drake & Quentin Miller On Instagram
While it seemed his response may never arrive, Meek Mill's temporary silence came to an end last night when he released his diss track, "Wanna Know," last night. While the internet is still trying to figure out exactly how and why T.I.'s friend peed on Drake in a movie theatre, Meek is still going at Drizzy and his co-writer, Quentin Miller, on Instagram.
Twitter Reacts To Meek Mill's Drake Diss Track "Wanna Know"
Drake was the first one to strike in this ongoing beef with Meek Mill, delivering a vicious combo move in the form of "Charged Up" and "Back To Back." Last night, Meek finally mustered a response, dropping "Wanna Know." Compared to the explosive aftermath of "Back To Back,"
Drake Responds To Meek’s Diss Record On Instagram
Meek finally responded to Drake’s double shot of diss records this week with the track “Wanna Know” tonight. While the immediate reception isn’t looking great for Meek, we did get a response from the track’s subject matter, Drake. Taking to Instagram, Drake simply put up a photo of himself laughing hysterically while looking at his phone, suggesting Meek’s response was a joke. Now whether or not Drake will fire back at Meek again remains to be unseen, but for now, think Drake can just keep laughing to the bank.
Meek Mill Goes At Hot 97's TT Torrez On IG
While we wait for Meek’s response, which is reportedly dropping tonight by the way, the MMG member decided to break his silence today by going at a Hot 97 radio personality in the comment section of Instagram Thursday night.
Meek Mill Opens Up: "I'm Scared To Be Political"
Meek Mill has been catching a ton of flack recently for inciting a beef with Drake on Twitter, and it appears that he may be headed to the studio to record a diss track of his own. A new interview with Billboard put the beef in perspective, as Meek opened up about his relationship with
Meek Mill Says He's Hitting The Studio "Soon"
Around thirty minutes ago, Meek Mill tweeted out one letter: Z. The twittersphere is going crazy with it, retweeting, analyzing, and poking fun at it. While we're still not sure if it was an accidental tweet, a response to Drake's diss, or an affirmation that he's tired, Meek's taken to Instagram to deliver a more direct message.
Did Drake Actually Buy Charlamagne Tha God Bottles?
While most of us were sleeping, the rap world was shook up once more when Drake decided to go at Meek Mill again, and he turned up the energy too, on his "Back to Back" freestyle. Whereas Drizzy went the ironic, I-don't-really-need-to-do-this-shit-but-I-will route on "Charged Up," "Back to Back" was more scathing, with plenty of quotable jabs to throw in Meek's face.
Meek Mill Booed In Toronto Last Night
Although Norm Kelly advised against it, Meek Mill headed to the Six last night for a stop on "The Pinkprint" tour with Nicki Minaj. The Philly native was hit with a (second) diss record from Drake several hours after the Toronto show, perhaps a calculated move on Drake's part.
Twitter Reacts To Drake's Second Meek Mill Diss, "Back To Back"
Initial reactions can determine a lot. Reception for Drake's first Meek Mill diss, "Charged Up," was lukewarm, and had many ready to crown Meek the champion of a beef in which he hadn't even dropped music yet.
Ebro Speaks On Funk Flex Fiasco, Responds To Power 105.1
Last night, Hot 97 promised listeners a Drake diss record from Meek Mill, to be premiered by Funkmaster Flex. However, the song never came through, and thus it left Hot 97 and Funk Flex in the lurch.
Charlamagne Tha God Gives Funkmaster Flex "Donkey Of The Day"
Yesterday, Funkmaster Flex dropped the ball (or, Meek Mill dropped the ball and therefore Funk Flex could not catch the metaphorical ball), when the Meek Mill diss track he promised Hot 97 listeners fell through.
Meek Mill Trolls Fans On Twitter With Fake Drake Diss Record
Meek Mill wasn’t able to make it to The Funkmaster Flex Show on Monday night to drop his “Drake response”, but that didn’t stop him from staying quiet though.
Online Petition Started To Force Funkmaster Flex To Resign From Hot 97
So this happened tonight. A seriously pissed off fan decided to start an online petition trying to force Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex to step down from his position at the station, following false promises that he was going to premiere Meek Mill’s response track to Drake on the air Monday night.
Top Tracks: July 20- July 26
Drake’s never-ending domination of the Top 10 continues. At least this time, it’s earned. Let’s get to it. 10) Drake - Right Hand