After forcing fans to wait with baited breath for his comeback to rapper Meek Mill's claim that he uses a ghostwriter, rapper Drake dropped a dud diss track over the weekend.
As you know, Meek jumped into the fray between his sponsor, rapper Nicki Minaj and singer Taylor Swift by dissing Drake for not retweeting his album.
Meek named little known Atlanta rapper Quentin Miller as Drake's ghostwriter for their collabo "R.I.C.O." featured on Meek's album. Even though most rappers have ghostwriter's, many believed Drake wrote his own raps.
On Friday, Hot 97 DJ Funkmaster Flex dropped a demo track by Miller that was apparently the reference track for Drake's "10 Bands".
Miller has since denied ever being Drake's ghostwriter. But that's what he's supposed to do: deny everything. He wouldn't be a good ghostwriter if he didn't lie for his paycheck.
Then, on Saturday, Drake dropped his dud "Charged Up", which contained the lyric, “I’m done doing favors for people. Because it ain’t like I need the money I make off a feature.”
Meek responded to Drake's diss by tweeting "Baby lotion soft" and "I can tell he wrote that 1 tho…"
Meek will sit-down for an interview on Funkmaster Flex's show on Hot 97 at 7 p.m. Monday.
Unfortunately for Drake, Meek Mill won this round.
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