Meek Mill Says Drake Doesn’t Write His Own Raps In Twitter Rant


There’s a lot of tension brewing in the Mill/Minaj household! First Nicki had a fight with Taylor Swift over the MTV VMA nominations and now it seems Meek is blasting her ex, Drake…

Meek Mill has called out Drake for “not writing his own raps” in an epic Twitter rant.  The two rappers collaborated together on Meek’s single R.I.C.O. off his acclaimed album Dreams Worth More Than Money but it now seems their relationship has come crashing down.

It all began because Drake never helped promote Meek’s album…

Meek even admitted that he wouldn’t have asked Drizzy to guest on his album if he’d known that he used a ghostwriter sooner.

He complimented Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole but made sure to throw shade at Drake again while he was at it…

He claimed other rappers knew about Drake not writing his own lyrics including his own fiance…

Rick Ross even had his say on the matter and made it clear that he was on Team Meek by tweeting:

But he also tweeted (then deleted) his support for Drake which confused fans…

As we all wait for Drake’s response, here are a few memes and jokes that have been made out of the situation. Warning – you’ll laugh out loud!


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Update 24/7/15: Quentin Miller, the alleged ghostwriter finally said his word. According to Miller, he didn’t ghostwrite for Drake.”Most of the project was done before I came in the picture. I remember him playing it for me for the first time thinking ‘Why am I here?’ like … what does he need me for?? The answer is … Nothing … I watched this man piece together words in front of me … I watched him write / replace bars 2- 3 at a time on 6pm in NY. I witnessed him light up, go in and freestyle ‘Madonna’ … I took notes from the best in the game,” said Miller.

Newsflash! Drake responds to Meek’s claims through a diss track!

Tale Teller

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