Meek Mill Responds, At Last. Is It Drake’s Nightmare Or Is Meek Dreamin’? (Audio)

Tonight (July 30), Meek Mill was expected to formally reply to Drake by verse. More than one week since the Maybach Music Group MC began a social media attack on his recurring collaborator, he has yet to record a record—that even he has promised the public. In that span, Drake has released two replies to Meek: “Charged Up” and “Back To Back.”

This evening, Funkmaster Flex’s HOT 97 show was publicly touted to be the venue for the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania MC to respond. This is day days later than the Monday (July 27) date that Meek told fans via Twitter, upon “Charged Up” being released.

With the release of three more Quentin Miller reference tracks (subsequently turned into Drake records), Meek stated his case. “Wanna Know” focuses on that issue, as Meek’s Jahlil Beats-and-Swizz Beatz-produced song stresses that Drake’s highly-personal verses appear to come from somebody else, or else there wouldn’t be these references. He repeatedly calls Drake a “fake” and “Milli Vanilli,” also claiming to have shooters on him. Playing some of Miller’s work right in the song, Meek also sides with Puff Daddy (who has admitted that he uses writers, for whatever it’s worth) in the altercation between Drake and Puff last year. Meek cues up some film footage Ghostface Killah Heads know all too well, before closing the song comparing this beef to a Ja Rule vs. 50 Cent beef.

As of July 30, 2015, whose status has improved and whose has been compromised as a result of this issue?

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