Meek Mill responds to Drake's multiple disses at last night's "Summer Sixteen" show in Philly and claims that Drake brought out the city's authorities in order to get out of the stadium.
Last night, Drake's "Summer Sixteen" tour came through Philly, and he used the show to reinvigorate his beef with the city's biggest rapper, Meek Mill. He performed an especially fired-up rendition of his "Back to Back" diss track, and addressed Meek directly afterwards: "It's not about your city. I love your city. You did that shit to your motherfuckin' self, boy." He also switched up the lyrics on "Still Here" in order to try to pit Meek's hometown against him, rapping, "You not really from Philly and they can tell, n*gga."
Needless to say, the Dreamchasers weren't pleased about the blatant disrespect. A couple of clips shared after the concert from a man who claims to be associated with the Chasers have gone viral, as he makes clear his intentions to pull up on Drake upon his exit from the Wells Fargo Center. In the first video, he waits to encounter Drake and says that he's rolling "100, 200 deep."
The next clip was shared as Drake was leaving the venue in a fleet of SUVs, including a few police vehicles. "Gotta run with the brigade, huh?" says the Dreamchaser, going on to joke, "Goddamn, is that Hillary?" He then admits that he's not 200 deep and is instead only backed by three other Chasers. He still suggests that it was his fearsome "press game" that caused Drake to flee the show in such a highly shielded manner.
Though it's unclear if Drake had any idea about the plans of the aforementioned Philly goon, Meek Mill caught wind of all the on-stage disses from the show, and he, too, accused his rival of enlisting the help of authorities in order to avoid running into the Chasers.
"When u run in the back door with 12 and use the 'old man' to save you!" wrote Meek in a since-deleted Instagram post that was caught by DJ Akademiks. He also mocked Drake for allegedly having the "Philadelphia SWAT with you." Meek also alludes to last night's drama in an Instagram post that still lives on his page. "THEY MAD THAT COMMERCIAL TALK CAN'T EFFECT THE KID," he exclaimed, before implying that his crew was out and about last night, presumably in an effort to not let Drake's insolent toes touch the Philly streets. In the same post, he revealed that his long-awaited Dreamchasers 4 mixtape will be out in September.