“Used to call me Hillary cuz I RIDE’M #BackTogetherOniTunes #Rodham @robinthick” Minaj wrote alongside the image, referencing some of her own lyrics.
Meanwhile, Drake continued the fight in his recent performance at the OVO Fest. During his performance, the singer included a number of memes regarding his feud with Mill in the backdrop on stage. Further, Drake sported a “Free Meek Mill” shirt while he rehearsed for the show.
In addition to his T-shirt, Drake also performed two tracks that dissed Mill, including “Charged Up” and “Back to Back.” All the while, several memes played in the background, including ones that featured Mill in a wedding dress, one of him leaving hotel in a coffin, and one of Mill being offended in a fast-food restaurant.
For his part, Meek Mill isn’t exactly trying to resolve the issues he has with Drake. In a recent concert in New Jersey, Mill dissed Drake during one of his songs, free-styling about his fight with the Toronto native.
“Did five months, came home, that’s perfect timing,” Mill rapped. “To make a sucka n***a look sucka without trying / If Quentin Miller wrote that s**t, what were we buying?”
Mill’s reference to Miller comes after he stated that Drake was not a real rapper. According to Vulture, Mill accused Drake of using Miller as a ghostwriter for his IYRTITL release. After the accusations surfaced, Miller took to Tumblr to explain himself.
“[I’m] not and never will be a ‘ghostwriter’ for Drake,” Miller explained.
Along with his impromptu lines at his New Jersey concert, Mill also performed his track “Wanna Know,” which also includes a few lines directed at Drake.
Meanwhile, with their feud keeping on, a number of different people have been dragged into it, including Minaj, Miller, Funkmaster Flex, Noah “40” Shebib, and, of course, a host of emojis.
While everyone waits for this ridiculous feud between Meek Mill and Drake to end, it doesn’t look like either man is willing to throw in the towel just yet.
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