Meek Mill Disses Drake In “Wanna Know” After Ghostwriter Attack

Meek Mill Disses Drake In “Wanna Know” After Ghostwriter Attack

The drama between rappers Meek Mill and Drake has been getting more humorous each and every day this week. As you know, Meek Mill called out Drake for allegedly using Quentin Miller as a ghostwriter. Meek Mill was going on a Twitter rant and decided to say that Drake did not write his own raps.

Meek Mill tweeted and said, “Stop comparing drake to me too… He don’t write his own raps! That’s why he ain’t tweet my album because we found out!,” followed by a tweet that read, “The whole game know forreal they scared to tell the truth! I can’t wait tok these guys and sit back and act like they don’t know!”

We aren’t sure what exactly made Meek Mill tweet these ridiculous accusations, but we are kind of happy considering it has allowed for some really funny diss tracks to be released.

Drake released “Charged Up,” and “Back to Back Freestyle,” in which he dissed Meek Mill and called him out for using Nicki Minaj to go on tour…which he definitely is. Nicki Minaj definitely brought Meek Mill’s music more towards the mainstream side of things, but who’s judging?

Now, Meek Mill has fired back with his own song, “Wanna Know,” and the internet is having a lot of fun with it.

The Twitter world has been insulting Meek Mill ever since “Wanna Know,” was released, and has already decided that Drake will take the crown in this rap battle. Of course, we are all waiting for Drake to respond with one more track to knock Meek out, but for the time being, it is clear that Drake is the better artist.

So, what does Drake think of Meek Mill’s “Wanna Know?” The Toronto rapper posted a photo on his Instagram account of himself laughing while looking at his phone. The photo has no caption, but there really is no caption needed. Drake thinks “Wanna Know,” is a joke of a comeback and so do we.

What do you think of Meek Mill and his diss track “Wanna Know?” Is it possible for Meek Mill to beat Drake in a rap battle? Let us know in the comments below.

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