Meek Mill dissatisfied the hip hop community and our ears with a half- ass attempt at a response towards, Drake in what HE considered a diss track.
Meek Mill invariably did not strategize his comeback response to his full lyrical potential. Meek decided to concentrate on sound effects and repeated high pitched yelling, wrestling theme music, and Tornado Watch Sirens in his “song” that he released.
We waited for the “Coon Philly” to bring his ass in the studio to body Drake, but that did not happen.
Instead, a catastrophe of massive proportions happened,that catastrophe is a track labeled “I wanna know”…
“I wanna know” is a song that consist of Meek Mill howling and sirens and horns incorporated by his high pitched chorus. The song writing was trash, even after being accompanied with the beat mastery of the legendary, Swizz Beats.
“I need to know how to deactivate my Twitter Account, please?”
Meek Mill, did it to himself!
Leave Drake alone!
Drake forfeited any foreseeable opportunities to prove his writing skills, and lost his hood credit by claiming Drake had a ghost writer, because that is snitching!
Even if Drake did utilize the skills of a ghost writer, Meek should have hired that same ghostwriter to facilitate in “I wanna know” and saved himself some embarrassment.
Drake destroyed Meek’s creative perception and destroyed his reputation and manhood.
Drake had 2 songs and Meek delivered a public service announcement, or something?
Meek Mills sampled unauthorized music, and is also getting sued currently for $500,000 by the wrestler, The Undertaker for using his WWE theme song.
Emotional Twitter rants are expensive.
Meek, no respect is earned for getting emotional about Drake not tweeting your album.
Meek Mill was on Twitter sounding like one of my home girls, that gets angry when I don’t buy Mary Kay from her ass.
Meek Mill in the studio recording his new Drake diss song..
Maybe Drake didn’t tweet your album due to his intuition, that you were going to stab him in the back?
Please Meek Mill don’t rant anymore, this is not a good look, or a hood look so leave this high- yellow fellow alone.
Meek, you released that slop that you described as a “song” and you bodied yourself.
The hip hop culture and and fans of Meek Mill, such as myself, are mortified that the Philadelphia rapper is publicly making a damn fool out of himself.