Meek Mill Says He Was Tipped Off By Drake's Ghostwriter About "Summer Sixteen"
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Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” might have been the most talked-about release on Saturday (Jan. 30), but Meek Mill’s rapid response was easily a close second. Dropping the second installment of his 4/4 series, the MMG rapper offered another set of bars aimed at Drizzy with “War Pain.” As listeners hit play on Meek’s retort, social media began to speculate whether or not there was a mole in the OVO camp, as “War Pain” made a direct reference to a line in “Summer Sixteen."
Drake’s braggadocio reached eyebrow-raising heights on his new single with lines such as, “I used to want to be on Roc-A-Fella, then I turned into Jay.” On Meek’s “War Pain” response, he addressed Drake’s claim directly: “You ain’t writin’, n****, we caught ya / Can’t erase that shit and you claiming you Hov now? / Why you state that shit?” Appearing more like a conspiracy than a coincidence, more foul play was suspected when both rappers mentioned a night at the Four Seasons in Toronto, with Drake stating, “I let the diss record drop, you was staying right below me, n***a,” and Meek setting the stage with: “Location, Toronto, status - five star hotel, Four Seasons. Them chumps right upstairs.”
As commentary flooded in that something in the water might not be clean, Meek Mill took to Instagram to respond. Sharing a photo of himself with an obnoxious grin, he wrote the caption, “The ghost writer told me!”
All side eyes now point to Quentin Miller, who was revealed to have helped Drake pen tracks such as “10 Bands,” “Know Yourself,” “Used To” and R.I.C.O.” Peep Meek Mill’s joke below: