Meek Mill has finally dropped his Drake diss track in response to "Charged Up" and "Back To Back." And since it took several days, you would think the internets would be all the way here for it. Nope. Check out what's unfolding around the net inside...
Y'all, Meek Mill just tried to diss Drake....and the internet laughed...collectively.
One day after the 6 God dropped "Back To Back" to read Meek for filth, and several days after the initial beef kicked off, Meek let Funkmaster Flex premiere HIS diss track. It's called "Wanna Know."
Meek threw a couple shots over WWE wrestler The Undertaker's intro music. Dude accused Drake of getting literally pee'd on by someone. He even weaved in the alleged Quentin Miller reference track for "Know Yourself." But folks didn't seem to be feeling it.
Check out the track below, produced by Jahlil Beats & Swizz Beatz, and check out what commenters had to say:
As for what Drake thought, he posted the below:
Plus, Meek's comments section is on fire. He posted the below photoshopped OVO logo (turning it into a ghost), and here's a few comments:
Even Nicki Minaj's ex Safaree got in on the ish talking. Around the same time Meek's diss track came out, he posted (then deleted):
We all have that one friend who’s our ride or die. Today, Keke Palmer decided to snap pics with her bestie Jessica for a “best friend” photoshoot. Peep their friendship shots and check out Tiara Thomas' new video inside…
“That’s my best friend! That’s my best friend!”
In between shooting scenes for “Scream Queens” in New Orleans, Keke Palmer found time to spend with her bestie.
The 21-year-old YBF starlet and her bestie Jessica slipped on their Calvin Klein undies for a best friends photoshoot. And it appears the ladies had loads of fun on the set.
Nothing like having your forever friend have your back.
The two-hour premiere of "Scream Queens" debuts September 22nd at 8 pm ET on FOX.
In a new video....
Newcomer Tiara Thomas just released the video treatment for her track “On Me.”
On the Ryan “Ryghteous” Tedder-produced track, the R&B songstress croons about being confident and not allowing the haters to stop her shine. Tell 'em!
The single will appear on her forthcoming EP titled Up In Smoke set to drop August 12th. Peep the visuals above.
In our rap roundup, we've got Tyler, the Creator paying homage to Dr. Seuss on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" while Safaree Samuels stands by the statement that he helped write Nicki Minaj's rhymes. More inside...
Tyler, the Creator appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night where he read from a newly discovered Dr. Seuss book What Pet Should I Get?
Now, we're sure the sketch was funny on paper and it might have been funny during rehearsals....but the execution during the live show was terrible. NO LAUGHS.
Tyler felt like the skit bombed as well,
Later, Tyler returned to the stage and did what he does best: perform. He hit the stage and did three numbers "Pilot" "Cherry Bomb" and "Smuckers."
In other rap news....
The cameramen at LAX are so messy! So....they spotted Safaree Samuels at baggage claim and they complimented him on his diss track "Lifeline." BLANK STARE.
Next, they asked Safaree about Nicki and Meek....and he didn't hold back. When the "messy" cameraman played a clip of Nicki trashing Safaree during one of her tours stops, he said, "Get Off Of His D*CK."
Then, he was asked if he stood by the statement that he wrote some of Nicki's rhymes and he said yes......a few times!
He also left a message for Nicki saying he planned to "respond" each time she said something negative about him. Yikes....this is gonna get ugly.