Why Is Meek Mill Firing New Shots At Drake? Waited Too Long [Video]

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Really, Meek Milly? Why is he just now trying to fire back at Drake? Don’t you think he waited far too long? Popular consensus says he’s already buried.

Though he’s been knocked down in the ring several times while on tour, Meek Mill still seems to respond. It seems that Mill’s musical fight is strong. But is it smart?

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While many may think any comeback disses are irrelevant at this point, loyal Meek Mill fans say the contrary.

meek mill freestyle was better than his whole diss track

— Victor Dukes (@VictorDukes23) August 7, 2015

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Amid his supporters’ thoughts, things seem to have only gotten worse for the Philly rapper. During his on-stage freestyle, Meek Mill’s lyrics included an indirect diss to Caitlyn Jenner. And it appears to have media outlets in an uproar. Spin even expressed that it’s time for Meek to give it a rest.

However, will that be able to happen now? Several hopeful fans believe that Drake’s going to finally come with the “3peat,” a rumored, third installment to his “Meek Mill diss” track series. And to pour barrels of salt onto the wounds Meek’s music reputation has received, he’s provoked another rapper by the name of AR-AB. He’s another Philly rapper, actually.

During the same on-stage performance, Mill said, “F**k AR-AB!” And, assuredly, the rapper responded. But his wasn’t as reserved as Drake’s diss. You can check it out in the video, below.

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In his diss, AR-AB states that he was on Meek Mill’s side until he called him out on stage. Now, the Philly rapper says that he’s gunning for him — whether that’s metaphorically or literally speaking is yet to be determined. However, his lyrics are definitely strong.

So, are Meek’s music moves just publicity stunts? It’s almost like he wants to start up beef. Sure, Mill prides himself on being “real” and speaking the truth in situations. That’s all fine and good. Real men should do just that, right? Yet, as Drake mentions in “Preach,” from his mixtape — If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late — “‘Doing’ is one thing; doing it right is a whole different story.”

By speaking his mind as he’s been doing, is Meek just “doing” or is he doing it right? Do you think Mill’s career will bounce back from his most recent musical decisions? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section, below.

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