Reading through all the recent headlines, whether it’s things like “Drake Dances On Meek Mill’s Grave at OVO Fest”  or “Drake Destroys Meek Mill” — many of which pop up after a quick Google search — it’s clear as day that Meek Mill is public enemy number one. 

Today (August 7) marks a week since the Philadelphia rapper fired back at Drake with the hard-hitting (and much-panned) response track “Wanna Know,” but between the continuous meme-bashing, the bludgeoning at OVO Fest, and the ire of just about everyone else, the record really didn’t do much to dispel Drake’s infamous “Back to Back” line: “You getting bodied by a singing ni—a.” Oh, man

Howbeit, even as the media storm rages on, Meek clearly isn’t letting the criticism be the thorn in his side. And so, as the world awaits another official counterattack on wax, the Philly native has been working at his own pace, ditching the booth to instead publicly send out during performances on the Pinkprint Tour with Nicki Minaj. Earlier this week, he promised a crowd in Charlotte, North Carolina that he would “give OVO a wedgie.” Then, last night (August 6) in Camden, New Jersey, Meek — cleverly rocking a Sixers jersey with Julius "Dr. J" Erving’s signature No. 6 — got at the “6 God” rapper yet again, with much more of a scathing dart than the previous warning.  

“Did five months, came home, that’s perfect timing / To make a sucka n**** look sucka without trying / If Quentin Miller wrote that shit, what were we buying? / N**** turn to hoes, Caitlyn Jenners turn to Drizzy Drakes.

Later on in the a cappella freestyle, the rapper said, “Was still out in the field toting the blocks, he was still wheel chair Jimmy rolling up the block… My mama used to hold the Berettas when it was hot / You’re mama used to peek out the window and call the cops.” 

Before ending, Meek also dished out a few lines that is sure to draw chatter, including “I got word from the 6, niggas said you testified.” Another standout statement made that night were two pointed words: "F–k AR-AB!"

"How dare a Philly n**** get behind a n**** that's out of town," he said. The harsh choice of words comes after Drake recently gave a shoutout to AR-AB on the dis song, "Back to Back," rapping "I drove here in the Wraith playin' AR-AB / I'm not sure what it was that really made y'all mad / But I guess this is what I gotta do to make y'all rap."

Of course, it wasn't long before AR-AB responded to Meek's words. 

 

Meek’s a capella freestyle comes on the heels of Drake’s retaliatory combo “Charged Up” and “Back to Back.” 

At the OVO Fest on Monday (August 3), the Toronto-native performed the said songs, as well as teased the rumored third dis track in his strategic takedown,“3 Peat.” Giving a sample of the record, he spat, “Been saying f—k a chaser when we taking shots… He ain’t ready for that ‘3 Peat.’”

But the "Lord Knows" spitter appears to be on to better things.