Meek Mill Calls Out Drake Claiming He Uses A Ghostwriter, Rick Ross And Nemesis Chris Brown Chime In

| July 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

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In the photo last year when Meek Mill was locked up Drake appeared on stage in support of the MC’s release from prison: wearing a ‘Free Meek Mill t-shirt. The shirt suggests that the two are homies.

But just hours after girlfriend Nicki Minaj threw shade at the VMA’s for only being nominated only 3 times after her epic “Anaconda” video broke records, Meek Mill dropped a music industry bomb himself.

The ghostwriter shade aimed at Drake started first when Compton MC Kendrick Lamar unleashed a verbal assault against an anonymous big-name rapper with a ghostwriter ,(allegedly Drake). On ‘King Kunta’ he writes: “I can dig rapping, but a rapper with a ghostwriter?/what the f**k happened?/(oh no)I swore I wouldn’t tell/But most of y’all sharing bars like you got the bottom bunk in a two-man cell” spits Kendrick.

But Meek Mill’s allegations were more direct when he went on a twitter rant early Wednesday morning.

Mill claimed that Drake did not write his lyrics on the track from his acclaimed album “Dreams Worth More Than Money” saying that Drake’s a “Big ol’ fake” who regularly employs a ghostwriter.

The Twitter rant eventually made its way to Rick Ross, who took time out of his busy schedule dealing with 50 Cent and allegedly pistol-whipping the help to weigh in, via Twitter (before deleting the tweet):

And Drake’s longtime nemesis Chris Brown decided to throw in his two cents as well on Instagram (since deleted):

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Darnell Moore has extensively studied music and urban culture both academically and professionally for over 20 years. His writings and posts have appeared in many major urban publications. Moore is the founder and creator of Memoirs of an Urban Gentleman. Contact him , or

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