Meek Mill continued to fire insults at Drake during a Thursday concert in New Jersey, delivering an awkward freestyle that invoked both the ubiquitous “ghostwriting” leveled against his Canadian rap rival – and, for reasons unclear, Caitlyn Jenner. “Did five months, came home, that’s perfect timing / To make a sucka nigga look sucka without trying / If Quentin Miller wrote that shit, what were we buying?” Meek raps in the above clip, MissInfo reports. “Niggas turn to hoes; Caitlyn Jenners turn to Drizzy Drakes.”
Later in the two-minute freestyle, Meek references Drake’s “Started From the Bottom” and notes that, “All that bullshit you sellin’, real niggas never buyin’.” Meek’s New Jersey verbal assault is only his latest as opener on Nicki Minaj’s Pinkprint tour: “Everybody catching bullet holes, including Drake and the whole OVO,” he rapped during a Tuesday show in Charlotte, referencing a shooting following Drake’s OVO Fest.
The entire Meek-Drake feud began after Meek accused the rapper of using a “ghostwriter” – referencing Quentin Miller, a Drake collaborator openly credited for his contributions – which launched a series of responses both recorded and live. Drake’s meme-crammed, guest-assisted OVO Fest performance looked like a knockout blow, but Meek hasn’t slowed down, even threatening the rapper with wedgie-related assault.
Meanwhile, the court of public opinion has ruled in Drake’s favor. After the Toronto native unleashed hot fire with “Back to Back,” Meek responded with his “Wanna Know” diss, which was criticized across the board – with everyone from politicians to NBA stars (Kevin Durant, Isaiah Thomas, among others) chiming in on social media.
Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Jennings even declared Meek’s career finished in a chat with TMZ. “That’s over,” he said. “That shit is finito. His career just got started and now it’s done. I feel sorry for him.”