Dreamchasers boss Meek Mill is still unloading disses at rap rival Drake with his new “All The Way Up” freestyle.
Meek’s new Fabolous-assisted release takes ample shots at Drizzy and even references his previously titled Views From The 6 album.
On the fiery freestyle, Mill throws some shade at Drake, returning to his original accusation that claims the Toronto rapper doesn’t always write his own lyrics. “This is hip-hop / You ain’t write it, don’t record it / I don’t know how they gettin’ down ‘cross the border,” he spits. He also raps, “Views from the projects / N*gga I’m the prospect.” (Rolling Stone)
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Earlier this year, Meek responded to Drake’s alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller claiming he assaulted him.
But our sources say Meek’s telling friends that story is fabricated, and there’s zero evidence of such a run-in. We’re told Meek thinks the proof is no security camera footage has surfaced from the busy Wilshire Ave location. Our sources says Meek thinks Drake masterminded Miller’s story … just to take a shot while he’s on house arrest. (TMZ)
Meek seemed to respond to Miller’s accusation on Instagram in March.
Miller came clean on an alleged assault from Meek and his team in an interview a couple months ago.
“It’s true, it’s true. They caught me, we was in LA. I was walking to the Nike store and he approached me and this was really my first time really talking with Meek and basically he told me that he didn’t appreciate the letter that I dropped and it made it seem like he was a liar and they f*ck stole off on me in the Nike store and ran. I shed blood in the Nike store on Wilshire. I shed blood in the Nike store.” (VLAD TV)