I woke up to a text this morning that read, "there goes Meek's career," a clear comment regarding his feud with Drake, but I was unaware of the new developments that came this morning. Six hours ago Drizzy posted to his SoundCloud another Meek Mill diss titled "Back To Back Freestyle" where he states, "Back to back for the n*ggas that didn't get the message... I know that you gotta be a thug for her / This ain't what she meant when she told you to open up more / Trigger fingers turner to Twitter fingers / You gettin' bodied by a singing n*gga". It is hyperbole to say Meek's career is in the tank, but the statement recognizes the new respect Drake garners from his pointed retaliations. After listening to "Charged Up" and now "Back To Back Freestyle" OVO's front man seems agitated that his skill is being questioned so he has done what he must, respond. A series of Tweets from Meek, continuing his rant on stage during The Pinkprint's Brooklyn stop, and no diss track of his own makes it seem like the Philly rapper is simply whining trying to maintain relevance, all of which has moved Drake to hang his nemesis out to dry. Maybe later this week will present a true response from Meek, but until then all eyes are on Drake; enjoy "Back To Back Freestyle" below.
Note: This is not a response, Meek. This is you sticking your fingers in your ears saying "Lalalalalalala I can't hear you," not addressing the current quarrel you and Drake have (that you started). Sure, you may be toying with us ready to comeback appropriately very soon; but thanks to Drizzy's swift answers, and listener's need to consume it seems your opinion on Drake's writing is becoming irrelevant.