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10 Song Lyrics Where Drake Bodies Meek Mill



Meek Mill formally known as “Meek Millz”; Cassidy delivered it best “See your name was Meek Millz and now it’s Meek Mill you couldn’t even keep the fucking Z in your name.” He’s had a reputation for beefing with other rappers, and is currently going through a battle with Drake. It’s been 7 months since the feud between the two rappers. Like any other “beef” between Artist controversy began on Twitter. The Philadelphia native rapper tweeted on July.22,2015 “Stop comparing Drake to me too… He don’t write his own raps! That’s why he ain’t tweet my album because we found out!” Drake responded by dropping 3 diss tracks. The first being “Charged Up” with a few mild punch lines. “Turning into some so and so’s that no one knows, No women ever had me star struck or was able to tell me to get my bars up.” In addition, he dropped ‘Back to Back’ his second diss track; which was nominated at the 2016 Grammy’s for ‘Best Rap Performance’ category, the first diss track to ever be nominated. ‘Back to Back’ peaked at number 27 on the Canadian Hot 100 along with Billboard Hot 100. Five months later Meek Mill released his EP titled “4/4” with tracks; Pray For Me, I’m Da Plug (Freestyle), Gave Em Hope, FBH. Drake finishes Meek by dropping ‘Summer Sixteen’ debuting at number 6 on the charts for the Billboard Hot 100 selling 215,000 in its first week; the highest debut sales of Drakes career.


  1. I waited four days, nigga, where y’all at? I drove here in the Wraith playin’ AR-AB.
  2. Is that a world tour or your girl’s tour? I know that you gotta be a thug for her. This ain’t what she meant when she told you to open up more.
  3. Trigger fingers turn to twitter fingers.
  4. You gettin’ bodied by a singin’ nigga.
  5. I’m not the type of nigga that’ll type to niggas and shout-out all my boss bitches wife-in niggas.
  6. You still ain’t did shit about the other one.
  7. I’m just a sicko, a real sicko when you get to know me, nigga.
  8. You was never gang, gang, gang, gang you was never one of us.
  9. We even gave y’all the whole play; y’all still broke to this day.
  10. Getting things done around here how you let me run it down I’m not even from around here.

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From the home of HipHop: The City That Never Sleeps Khloé Sierra, also known as KhloéFromBrooklyn has always had a passion for music and writing. Bi-racial; Puerto Rican and black and profiles herself as a logophile. Khloé remembers her siblings and herself waking up to their grandmother singing songs by the Four Tops, Temptations, Gladys Knight & The Pips, The O'Jays, Isley Brothers, Earth Wind & Fire, and singers like, Otis Redding, Betty Wright, Al Green, and Marvin Gaye. As she grew older Khloé developed a love for artist such as: Whitney Houston, Toni Braxton, Sadé, Lauryn Hill, Anita Baker, and Tevin Campbell. Khloé's grandmother would make her and her siblings read a chapter from the encyclopedia and then write an essay. By her grandmother doing that, Khloé developed the love for writing. At the age of 14 Khloé decided she wanted to to become a Music Journalist. What better way to enjoy two things you love the most... Writing and Music. She majored in English for two years, and minored in theater. Although she has no professional experience she doesn't let that discourage her. She's very passionate, driven, and ready to deliver. From The City That Never Sleeps, to The Lone Star State she's now received an opportunity to began her journey.