Meek Mill might not be releasing a diss track, but he has a message for Joe Budden.
Joe Budden's “Making A Murderer” may have been meant primarily as a Drake diss track, but so far, it's Meek Mill who has been the most responsive to Budden's jabs.
After having many candid insults thrown at him on Budden's podcast, Meek Mill posted some bars to Instagram that some speculated were aimed at the Slaughterhouse rapper, including Joe himself. This eventually led to Meek denying the lines were in reference to Budden, calling him a "crackhead" and denouncing his podcast. After that, Budden launched a diss track at Drake, but made sure to name-check Meek at the beginning of the song, saying, "No alliances with Meek, it’s still fuck him, too.”
Now, it appears that Meek has shared a couple of bars that really are aimed at Joe, though it seems he doesn't feel the beef is worth taking to wax. “He’s been dead since 2003 it’s evident …. We don’t talk to dead people unless they presidents,” he captioned a photo on Instagram, likely referencing Budden's biggest hit to date, "Pump It Up," which came out that year. Naturally, Joe came through with some thoughts on the matter a little while later, tweeting "Meek bout to die twice lol," adding, "He getting a good 4 bars from me if that."
See both Meek and Joe's posts below.