Meek Mill has thrown in the towel and is done with the Drake beef. If you’re looking for “Wanna Know,” you won’t find it on Dreamchasers’ Soundcloud anymore.
It appears that Drake’s musical disses have taken Meek Mill out of the race. Via Meek’s Instagram — as reported Source — early August 12, 2015, he posted that he was finished with it and was only going to concentrate his efforts on “making it.”
“We really only focusing on making it out. That’s the only war we fighting… I’m not entertaining no rap/real beef with Drake s/o rapper! I can’t fall for the oldest trick in the book, and I never shoulda entertained it becuz it won’t bring me no money or success.
Ima take blame for it even tho ‘I can stand’ anything I do or say and n***az know… Everybody know everybody watching and anything beyond what’s going on is stupid to b reacting on about a bunch of n***as just trying to get on and in the game.
I been in these streets having money for a long time, now ‘shining hard’ and never had a problem with… I came up from nothing and my name good.”
Drake and Meek Mill‘s music types appeal to different fans.
While fans await Drizzy’s Views from the 6, Mill’s new album targets those who can relate to the way he came up in Philadelphia. Meek continues.
“I don’t feel like I gotta try to prove myself to the people and end up in a real situation over this fake rap s**t! I’m just on some next level s**t wit it, tryna touch some real paper. Leave all that murder one s**t in the streets if you tryna get rich and make it out!
All this killer s**t on social media is like walking ya self into prison and that ain’t my lifestyle and don’t really make sense to me. I’m getting way too much money to even process the thought of throwing it away about n***as talking about each other like girls they were just claiming they were cool with… and at the end of the day, they all just tryna get on! All I can say is do ya thing but n***as better smarten up!”
It’s clear to see that Meek is trying to move on from the recent diss battle, win or lose. He’s since deleted the message.
The Drake/Meek Mill beef appears to have been heading more in the Tupac/Biggie direction. Several people wanted things to become physical and more than just “rap.” So, it seems that Meek is being the bigger man about it and conceding before things cross the point of “no return.” Meek has even removed “Wanna Know” from his company’s Soundcloud page.
Meek Mill "Wanna Know" removed from SoundCloud. Makes sense why if you read this. He deleted the post shortly after 2 pic.twitter.com/ao3IUTBY3l— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) August 12, 2015
While it was an entertaining run — and while Meek Mill’s Instagram post shows an honorable forfeit — we can all say that Drake has officially won the beef. And to note, as Meek Mill has, it was only supposed to be lyrical disses and entertainment. Nothing was supposed to get out of hand, as some people are attempting to aggregate such an idea.
What are your thoughts about Meek Mill throwing in the towel? Some are starting to call him a “p***y” for it.
Lol.. i aint gonna be the one calling Meek Mill "P*ssy" .. literally some fans want it to go until somebody get killed or locked up.— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) August 12, 2015
However, can be inferred that those were the ones wanting things to escalate further into something physical? Is it too late for Meek to bow out gracefully? It appears that Ar-Ab’s OBH crew is making street-level threats at Meek. It makes sense, now, why Mill is trying to squash it all.
Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments, below.
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