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Is This A Response To Meek Mill? Drake Drops New Bars On “Charged Up”

Drake takes to the mic in response to Meek Mill.

The response the Internet has been not-so-patiently waiting for seems to have finally arrived. Taking to the airwaves for his OVOSound Radio broadcast on Beats 1, Drake dropped a new set of bars on a track titled, “Charged Up.” A fitting jab back at Meek Mill’s furious Twitter rant filled with accusations against the self-dubbed “6 God,” Drizzy offers a reply filled with references to hearsay and shots at his throne.

Peep a few lyrics from Drake’s latest on-wax assault and press play below:

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I did some charity today for the kids,
But I’m used to it ‘cause all y’all charity cases,
All y’all stare in my face and hoped you could be the replacement,
N***as is snitchin’ on us without no interrogation.
I stay silent, ‘cause we at war and I’m very patient.
6 God is watchin’, I just hope you’re prepared to face him,
I’m charged up, I’m charged up

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Wow, I’m honored that you think this a stage,
I’m flattered man, in fact I’m amazed.
The perfect start to the summer, man this s**t is a doozy,
The s**t a twist in the movie, but don’t jump to conclusions.
You boys are getting into your feelings on me,
You should embrace it, this could be one of our realest moments

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Trust me, this information is vital,
I’m trying to take the high road,
I still got love for my idols,
I got me a deal with Apple and I still feel entitled (in Tidal),
Rumor has it there’s something only that I know,
Rumor has it I steer this ship with my eyes closed,
Rumor has it I either f***ed her, or never could,
But “rumor has it” hasn’t done you n***as any good.

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