Last week, a beef between The Game and Meek Mill erupted unexpectedly after Game accused Meek Mill of informing authorities that members of Game's crew had assaulted Sean Kingston and stolen his $300,000 chain at a Los Angeles nightclub earlier this
Ever since The Game threatened Meek Mill on stage last week, there's been a lot of back and forth between the two on social media, and things got extra messy when Sean Kingston became involved last night.
We've been entertained for most of Summer Sixteen by a beef between two of rap's most sensitive MCs, Drake and Joe Budden. Budden, of course, had his peak before Drake had even really established his presence the game.
At the beginning of the year, Meek Mill held a listening party for his Dreamchasers 4 mixtape, and an attendee was able to leak some footage from the event during which Meek can be heard rapping over Drake's "Back to Back," the second consecutiv
On Friday night, at the first of two release concerts in support of 50 Cent's The Kanan Tape, the G-Unit boss was able to get a crowd of New Yorkers to chant "fuck Meek Mill!" Last night, at the second show, moving from BB King's to the Highline Ballroom,
On his new EP, 4/4, Meek Mill earned himself a new enemy as he dissed 50 Cent on the track "Gave 'Em Hope." Predictably, 50 was quick to respond and unleashed a series of ruthless memes against the MMG rapper on Instagram.
Earlier tonight, we reported that Meek Mill has been in the studio with the Sauce Twinz. As both Meek and Sauce Walka, one half of the Twinz, are beefing with Drake, we had to wonder if, during their session, they recorded a Drake diss track.
Though the beef between Drake and Meek Mill barely lasted a couple of weeks, it was by far the most sensational event to happen in hip-hop all year. It's now two months after Meek Mill's Twitter fingers ran wild, and we thought the beef was long over with.
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.
Of the many things that old heads will insist "were better back in the day," diss tracks are among the few that most younger rap fans can also agree upon. Even if you didn't live through them, the 2Pac / Biggie, Eazy-E / Dr.