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Meek Mill’s Drake Diss ‘Is Trash’: Sports World Reacts to ‘Wanna Know’

Kevin Durant, Harrison Barnes, Le’Veon Bell and more sound off, and they’re siding with Drake in his ongoing feud with Meek Mill

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Drake, presumably thinking of new ways to slay Meek Mill.

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If you’re reading this, Meek Mill, it’s too late.

Since Mill accused Drake of employing a ghostwriter, the Canadian rapper has spent the past week straight ethering him with a duo of diss tracks that set the Internet on fire. Likely tired of being the butt of all jokes, Mill finally got off Twitter and into the booth, firing back with “Wanna Know” on Thursday night.

And despite prominently featuring the Undertaker’s awesome entrance theme, the response to Mill’s track hasn’t been great. And that’s putting it mildly. Drake posted an image of himself LOLing on Instagram, Whataburger chimed in with some sass and a number of athletes took to Twitter to make their feelings known – fitting, considering Drizzy worked Toronto great Joe Carter into the mix with “Back to Back.”

Kevin Durant kept his response simple with a number of charged up emojis, while others, like Harrison Barnes and Isaiah Thomas, had a little more to say.

Brandon Jennings, fresh off of butting heads with Mill’s manager, went a step further by taking one of Meek’s lines to heart – “Now y’all gonna have to give me a check to stop” – and offering $150 to save him from further embarrassment. For whatever reason, Jennings was quick to remove his all-too-gracious offer from the table.

But no one’s take was quite as scorching as Le’Veon Bell’s. Not only did the Steelers’ back think Mill’s track was “trash,” he suggested that Nicki Minaj do his writing from now on.

At this rate, going back-to-back may be the only way for Mill to redeem himself.

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