The general consensus of Black Twitter on Meek’s diss track is a resounding, “Take the L, Meek.” In fact, Drake himself posted a photo on Instagram of himself quite literally laughing at Meek’s approach. But, Meek wants the world to know he’s not done.
While people from Philly and true Meek fans hold out for round two of Meeks “Wanna Know” diss, Meek posted another photo on Instagram gunning for Drake and Quentin Miller.
So this is rap now! You can have a n#%ga write ya raps and that’s acceptable.. just like in the streets you can tell on people and still b the man and get the same respect as the next man! It’s almost over for the the game lol I’m confused outchea…… I’m making all trap music after I do my thang with them! We still loaded! #quentinmiller changed the game #youtherealmvp
According to Meek, the game is “almost over,” because of who we choose to give respect. While he has a point about the ghost writing claims, it seems that his fans weren’t pleased with round one of his comeback.
Do you agree with Meek? Is rap done… Or is he?
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