Drake Disses Meek Mill During NBA All-Star Celebrity Game?: 'It's Been A Tough Year For You'

Noel Zelindo

Drake and Meek Mill have been keeping quiet regarding their ongoing feud since swapping a new round of diss tracks last month, but did Drake take an opportunity to throw shade at Meek Mill during last night's NBA All-Star Celebrity Game?

On Friday, Drake faced-off against comedian Kevin Hart as a coach for this year's All-Star Celebrity Game in Toronto with Drake serving as head coach for his native Canada while Hart helmed the USA team for the star-studded match-up.

— Word On Road (@WordOnRd) February 13, 2016

Speaking on the nature of the game's match-up, Drake explained to Steele and Hart that, "If we're talking city versus city, it's been a tough year for you," prompting the crowd to cheer in support of Drake's native Toronto, Hot New Hip Hop reports.

— Kenny (@PhillyCustoms) February 13, 2016

In January, Drake served as a co-host during a new episode of OVO Sound Radio in which he confirmed a tentative release date for his impending Views From The 6 album, while also dropping his third Meek Mill diss track, "Summer Sixteen."

In the song, Drake raps about his plans to dominate the rap scene in 2016 while also rekindling his feud with Meek Mill, who famously accused Drake of using a ghostwriter to pen their collaborate track, "R.I.C.O" in 2015.

"I let the diss record drop, you was staying right below me, n**** / We must have played it a hundred times, you was going to bed / Why would I put on a vest? I expect you to aim for the head."

— TheScftv (@TheScftv) February 1, 2016

Despite narrowly avoiding his original sentence of 6 to 12 months in county jail, the judge also ruled that Meek Mill is prohibited from working on his music while serving his sentence—including recording, performing, releasing new music, or attending industry-related appearances, TMZ reports.

With Drake's Views From The 6 album set for an April release date and Meek Mill's house arrest sentence starting March 1, it appears that Meek Mill won't be trading diss records with Drake anytime soon.

The news comes just one day after Drake was awarded the key to the city of Toronto by Mayor John Troy for his dedication and commitment to his hometown.

— Music News & Facts (@musicnews_facts) February 13, 2016

Do you think Drake was taking shots at Meek Mill during last night's NBA All-Star Celebrity Game?

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