Looks like the Drake and Meek Mill beef has finally ran its course. Each rapper has taken a couple jabs at each other at their respective shows, but no major comments or diss tracks have been released in the past week. Meek’s “Twitter fingers” haven’t been going crazy and Drake still hasn’t addressed the ghost writer rumors.
However, last night Meek Mill decided to take down his Drake diss, “Wanna Know”, from Soundcloud. Though the damage is already done, the Philly rapper decided to be the bigger person and turned to Instagram to let everybody know that he is simply moving on and focusing on bigger and better things.
“I don’t feel like I gotta try to prove myself to the people and end up in a real situation over this fake rap sh*t! I’m just on some next level sh*t wit it tryna touch real paper”
Meek Mill comes to his senses.. Posted and deleted this comment. Says he doesn't have to prove himself. Good read. pic.twitter.com/8cEIb2DKxV
— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) August 12, 2015
Though Meek could be telling the truth and trying to move on from the issue and glue his career back together, “Wanna Know” may have been taken down after the WWE threatened to take legal action for the use of The Undertaker’s theme song in the diss.
On the bright side, Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late just became the first album to go platinum in 2015.
You win some, you lose some…and if you’re Meek Mill sometimes the outcome isn’t income.