Forget about Drake (for now)
Look, the battle's over. Drake never dropped the third diss track that was rumored to follow "Charged Up" and "Back To Back," the latter of which was released just under four months ago. Any new track that's explicitly labeled a "Drake diss" will inevitably make Meek seem like the guy who thinks of a fire comeback hours after being dissed to his face-- he's missed his chance to win this in the arena of battle raps. Instead, he should carry on right now acting as if it had never happened. Don't mention Quentin, don't bring Nicki's name into this again, and don't bring up rumors about public urination, no matter how true they may or may not be. Anything after a certain point (which has long passed) is petty.
Once the ship is righted, Meek's career back on track, then he can reflect on this, hopefully a little older and wiser. We saw The Game successfully look back on his beef with 50 Cent on The Documentary 2, Rick Ross and Jeezy settle their differences like grown men on last year's "War Ready," ditto for Jay Z and Nas on "Black Republican." Meek seems a little too proud to ever call upon Drake for a "R.I.C.O." sequel, but give it a year or two, and I bet he can come back with something more incendiary than "Wanna Know."