Posted by , Jul 28, 2015 at 12:59am
Meek Mill just angered more fans on Monday night with a "fake" Drake diss.

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.

Taking to twitter, Meek decided to poke fun at Monday night’s situation altogether, and ended up angering more fans in the process. With the caption “Here it goooo.. Lets get it” and flame emoji’s all in the tweet, Meek posted a video that featured a song called “Beautiful Nightmare (Drake Diss),” but really turned out to be just a hoax that finds someone obnoxiously screaming throughout the entire sound bit.  

While Meek may have found it funny, it certainly isn’t sitting well with the fans on Twitter right now. In fact, one fan was so mad about Monday night’s entire situation that he started a petition trying to get Funk Flex resigned from Hot 97 after failing to deliver Meek’s response. Meanwhile, producer Statik Selektah also voiced his frustration on the subject matter as well (See below).

With the debate still the hot topic of discussion, we decided to take the "beef" to the streets of NYC this past week and asked people what they thought about it all. Their responses? Check it out right here.

Meek Mill Trolls Fans On Twitter With Fake Drake Diss Record

Meek Mill just angered more fans on Monday night with a "fake" Drake diss.


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.

Taking to twitter, Meek decided to poke fun at Monday night’s situation altogether, and ended up angering more fans in the process. With the caption “Here it goooo.. Lets get it” and flame emoji’s all in the tweet, Meek posted a video that featured a song called “Beautiful Nightmare (Drake Diss),” but really turned out to be just a hoax that finds someone obnoxiously screaming throughout the entire sound bit.  

While Meek may have found it funny, it certainly isn’t sitting well with the fans on Twitter right now. In fact, one fan was so mad about Monday night’s entire situation that he started a petition trying to get Funk Flex resigned from Hot 97 after failing to deliver Meek’s response. Meanwhile, producer Statik Selektah also voiced his frustration on the subject matter as well (See below).

With the debate still the hot topic of discussion, we decided to take the "beef" to the streets of NYC this past week and asked people what they thought about it all. Their responses? Check it out right here.

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