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Meek Mill Fires More Insults at Drake, Threatens to Wedgie Rapper

“When I see them niggas, I might give them niggas a fucking wedgie,” rapper warns in freestyle

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While Drake's OVO Fest performance appeared to the knockout blow in his beef with Meek Mill, that rapper still took some shots at Drake Tuesday night

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While Drake‘s meme-filled OVO Fest performance appeared to be the knockout blow in his ongoing beef with Meek Mill, the latter still took some shots at Drake onstage during a Charlotte, North Carolina concert Tuesday. Rather than dropping a follow-up to “Wanna Know,” Mill instead fired insults at Drake, saying his Young Money and Cash Money brethren “don’t fuck” with him. He even threatened Drake with physical violence: “When I see them niggas, I might give them niggas a fucking wedgie.”

“[Lil] Wayne don’t fuck with you, [Birdman] don’t fuck with you, Tyga don’t fuck with you,” Mill said, suggesting his own label mates don’t associate themselves with Drake during a brief freestyle. The rapper then made a passing reference to the shooting at an OVO Fest after party where two people were killed, Rap-Up reports. “Everybody catching bullet holes… including Drake and the whole OVO,” Mill said. Despite Mill’s claims, video soon emerged of Wayne listening to Drake’s Meek Mill diss track “Back to Back.”

Meek Mill’s latest freestyle was a paltry counterpunch compared to the headline-grabbing TKO that Drake delivered during Monday’s OVO Fest concert, which included the performance of both Mill diss tracks “Charged Up” and “Back to Back.” During soundcheck, Drake wore a “Free Meek Mill” shirt, which he previously donned when the rapper was behind bars in 2014. The OVO show’s big screen also displayed various memes mocking Mill, including Whataburger’s derisive tweet and a “Participation Award” given to Mill for his role in the beef.

To rub salt in Mill’s wound, Drake even performed his verse from “R.I.C.O.,” the track off Meek Mill’s new LP Dreams Worth More Than Money and the catalyst for this whole feud. In late July, Mill accused Drake of employing a ghostwriter for his “R.I.C.O.” verse, sparking the beef.

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