Drake has remained silent on Twitter while Meek Mill went on Twitter a tirade a few days now. The impending days has caused a number of hilarious memes and now two diss tracks from Canada’s own Audrey Graham. “Charge Up” was a lyrical creature but was not quite a beast because of the dreary and tiresome delivery. Lyrics like “cops are killing people with their arms up; and your main focus is tryna harm us” and “no woman ever had me star struck or was able to tell me to get my bars up” made the song very memorable but the delivery made caring for it difficult since Drake sounded as if he did not care.
After being left on the charger for a little longer, Drake came back with a monster with the “Back to Back” freestyle that gave back to back disses to the Philadelphia native Meek Mill. Drake went as far as using a picture of Toronto Blue Jays’ Joe Carter celebrating his home run that won the 1993 World Series against Philadelphia Phillies and gave the Blue Jays back to back World series wins to show his seriousness of ending Meek Mill’s career. Once you press play, Drake goes on to point, aim and fire shots.
Drake went on to say “I mean woah, can’t fool the city man, they know what’s up; second floor Tootsies, getting shoulder rubs” referring to Ms. Tootsies, a famous bar and lounge restaurant in Philadelphia and giving the impression that Meek Mill’s city is more for him. If that was not direct enough Drake goes on to rap “trigger fingers turn to twitter fingers . . . I’m not the type of nigga that’ll type to niggas” and “is that a world tour or your girl’s tour . . . this ain’t what she meant when she told you to open up more” referencing Meek Mill being added on to Nicki Minaj’s Pinkprint Tour when they started dated. Funkmaster Flex was not even safe with the line “you gon’ make me buy bottles for Charlemagne” referring to Hot 97’s, employer of Funkmaster Flex, sworn enemy Charlemagne who is also an active and very vocal critic of Drake. Drake even made good on his word and supposedly bought Charlemagne six bottles of his Dom Perignon Champagne with a signed handwritten note that said “let’s be friends” according to Charlemagne’s Instagram post.
This act of generosity occurred because Charlemagne made Funkmaster Flex “Donkey of the day” on 105.1’s Breakfast Club for attempting to discredit Drake by stating that “10 Bands” was ghostwritten by Quentin Miller and falsely promising the playing of Meek Mill’s response to “Charged Up” that never came.
Two diss tracks and countless social media commentary, Drake has established himself as leader in the feud. Meek Mill leads with Twitter and slick comments with Drake’s tracks being referred to as “baby lotion soft” and trolling the internet with a fake diss track.
Now we patiently wait for Meek Mill to reply via serious rapping preferably.