Beef happens in the music industry and words on social media also instigate rappers insecurities and credibility.
Drake is the nicest rapper.
I mean he is really nice as in polite.
This beef began one night when Meek Mill was a little emotional on Twitter and decided to snitch on Drake about his writing credibility.
Meanwhile, Drake was in a strip club picking up worthless women and enjoying his life.
Why did Meek snitch to millions that Drake is not authentic and he has a ghost writer? True or not, why put that man on blast and destroy his musical reputation.
Meek Mill understands that in the music industry and in the streets, you don’t snitch. Bad move, Meek.
Envy is real in these streets.
When Meek Mill was in jail, Drake supported him on and off the stage. You notice at the beginning of the post that Drake is wearing a “Free Meek Mill” t shirt, out of loyalty.
In this situation, Meek Mill is coming across as disloyal and jealous , just by the radomness of his diss.
So why did Meek Mill have a problem with Drake?
No one knows but of course, Drake made a response to Meek Mill. The song is called, “Charged” and it reminds you of a boyfriend upset at his girlfriend, but is secretly trying not hurt her feelings, or make her cry.
This is not a diss record and it almost sounds like a soul ballad or spoken word poetry, or some other mess but not a diss song, and definitely not a song about that street life.
Drake can’t be “charged”or about that life if he tried.
Of course Meek Mill responds back, “I can tell he wrote that.” Meek also called the diss was baby lotion soft.
This is an peculiar beef, and Meek just recorded a song with Drake, 4 months ago.
Well, watching this beef is no different from watching Barry Mannilow diss Rick Ross or Al Roker dissing Blue Ivy Carter.
No no one expects anything or even understands why these two would play games on Twitter.
Of course they claim it is not staged…
Why would you diss someone you just made a song with 4 months ago?
Below, you will find the romantic diss recorded by Drake “Charged up!”