Drake used his Beats 1 Radio program to premier a new diss track called “Charged Up.” It was as a response to Meek Mill’s accusations that he uses a ghostwriter. Read on to know more details.
According to Rolling Stone, the Toronto rapper premiered a new diss track called “Charged Up” on his Beats 1’s show “OVO Sound Radio” on Saturday, July 25, 2015.
“I stay silent ’cause we’re at war and I’m very patient / 6 God is watching / I just hope you’re prepared to face him / I’m charged up,” Drake tweeted.
The musician/rapper warns Meek Mill, who has accused him on Twitter through his diss track. He also makes a clever comment about Nicki Minaj, his Young Money cohort, and Mill’s girlfriend.
Miller wrote on Tumblr that he would never be a ghostwriter for the Toronto rapper, and on Twitter that the “Started From the Bottom” singer does not write his own raps. However, Noah “40” Shebib, who is a longtime collaborator of both Mill and Drake, denied Mill’s accusations about the Toronto rapper.
The outlet also reported that Drake’s appearance on Mill’s 2015 single “Dreams Worth More Than Money” ignited the ghostwriting controversy.
However, once the diss track “Charged Up” is premiered, Mill seemed to retract his previous statements.
“I can tell he wrote that 1 tho…,” in response to Drake’s warning.
Hollywood Life reported that Drake’s new diss song is definitely about Mill, and the rumors linking him with Minaj.
Rumors ignited and circulated for years about the romance relationship between Minaj and the Toronto rapper before Minaj and Mill got engaged. In fact, the rapper does not feel shy about his feelings for Minaj. Drake has also mentioned about the rumors that he “f**ked” Mill’s fiancée in his new diss track.
Drake, who has remained noticeably quiet after Meek Mill’s accusations on Twitter, seems to have responded well through his diss track “Charged Up.”
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