Drake & Meek Mill Feud: Meek Bans Drake’s Songs In Club, ‘He Didn’t Want Any Music By Him’

Drake and Meek Mill’s longstanding feud still appears to be alive and well.

According to reports, Meek made it pretty clear that he and Drake are still feuding while attending Odell Beckham Jr.’s birthday party, allegedly banning the party’s DJ from playing any songs by Drake.

That’s according to Page Six, who alleged that Mill entered Odell’s big birthday party at Jue Lan Club in New York on November 4 with girlfriend Nicki Minaj and around 20 friends, only to make it known that he wasn’t exactly the biggest fan of the DJ’s music choices.

Page Six revealed that Nicki and Meek “were cuddling and making out most of the night” at the party, just one day after sources claimed that Minaj’s recent Instagram drama with her boyfriend was nothing but a publicity stunt, only for Mill to get pretty riled up after Drake’s music started blasting.


A source claimed to the New York newspaper that the DJ at the club started playing a Drake song, only for Mill to “request the DJ change songs” amid reports that the two rappers are still locked in a nasty feud.

“His people went nuts,” the insider alleged of how Mill responded to hearing the DJ play a song by Drake amid claims that Minaj has been “comforting” the rapper following his breakup. “[Meek] didn’t want them to play any music by Drake.”

Meek has not confirmed the report, although the claims come after weeks of speculation that Mill and Drake’s feud is most definitely back on after insiders claimed that the “Hotline Bling” rapper was looking to dating Nicki following his October split with Rihanna.

Hollywood Life reported last month that Drake was “infatuated” with Nicki, who has been dating Meek for the past two years and is allegedly waiting for her and Meek to break up so that he could start dating the rapper.

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“Drake’s going to date around the block for a cool minute until the woman he truly wants is single — and that special lady is Nicki [Minaj],” a source claimed amid Drake and Meek Mill’s feud. “[Minaj is] the epitome of everything he wants in a woman and to be honest, the dude is infatuated with her.”

It’s thought that Drake’s infatuation with Minaj quickly reignited his and Meek’s longstanding feud as Mill then went on to blast Drake in a freestyle rap in which he seemingly confirmed that Drake, who’s nicknamed Drizzy, has feelings for Nicki.

“Posted up with Nicki, that’s when it get tricky,” Meek rapped during a Funk Flex Freestyle according to Complex. “N*****s in they feelings, that’s when it get Drizzy.”

Meek then took aim at Drake once again on his new mixtape, DC4, according to Radio.com, once again accusing Drake of not writing his own raps.

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The site claimed that Mill slammed Drake on the song “Litty” by namechecking songwriter Quentin Miller, who has been accused of being Drake’s ghostwriter.

“They be making memes, I be making millions,” raps Meek on the track. “I just counted up a Quinten Miller/A Q.M, that’s a quarter milli.”

Mill’s latest Drake slam came more than three years after Meek first blasted Drake, just months before he started dating Minaj.

Shortly before he starting dating Nicki, Mill confirmed his feud with Drake in 2013, accusing him of not writing his own raps in a Twitter rant slamming the musician.


“Stop comparing Drake to me too…. He don’t write his own raps!” Meek wrote of Drake on the social media site in 2013. “That’s why he ain’t tweet my album because we found out!”

“He ain’t even write that verse on my album,” Mill then continued in another scathing message, which is still available on the rapper’s page three years later, confirming his and Drake’s feud. “If I woulda knew I woulda took it off my album. I don’t trick my fans! Lol.”

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