Drake-Meek Mill Feud: Charlemagne Asks Nicki Minaj’s Boyfriend To Stop Writing About Drake

By Meghna Subhedhar | 1 year ago
Drake-Meek Mill Feud: Charlemagne Asks Nicki Minaj’s Boyfriend To Stop Writing About Drake
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It looks like rapper boys will be rapper boys. Drake and Meek Mill are writing music to diss each other and the world is getting tired of the same old song and dance. Recently, Charlemagne, who hosts “The Breakfast Club” show on the radio told Vlad TV that they ought to let it go. “You ought to know when to hold them [grudges] and you ought to know when to fold them,” he told Vlad TV.

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Charlemagne declared that the whole feud was “whack” and it should have been over by now. He told his interviewers that people ought to know when to walk away from a bad situation. He further reasoned that if Meek Mill does not write a diss about Drake, it won’t be bad at all. It won’t mean that Meek is not a viable artist anymore or that Meek’s career is over. It just means that the rapper has moved on.

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It worths noting here that the feud between Drake and Meek Mill started with a twitter post by Meek where he told the fans that he shouldn’t be compared to Drake for his art, because Drake never writes his own music and he does.

Drake responded by writing two songs dissing Meek Mill. Drake’s “Charged Up” and “Back to Back,” got Mill’s attention and Mill responded in kind with “Wanna Know.” Eventually, Drake wrote another song which gave the clear indication that he was dissing Meek Mill again and was calling him a “house-party” rapper. His song also contained references to Meek Mill’s girlfriend Nicki Minaj.

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It has been reported that Meek Mill is making another song with Sauce Walka that will diss Drake some more. We just hope that this is the last of the songs that are spun around the Drake-Meek Mill rivalry.

IB Times reported the news first.

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