Meek Mill couldn’t hold back the inner turmoil of being disrespected any longer. Surprising fans, Philly’s own Mill dropped the kind of four-track venom onto his Soundcloud you’d expect from a Philadelphia Eagles fan about now, not to mention the NBA’s chief embarrassment, the 76ers. Mill’s boasts and bile crescendo in “Pray For Em” where he says he just counted “five mil in cash” after naysayers doubted his ability to recover from an epic feud with Drake during summer.
Mill tosses off the same speculation that started the brawl: that Drake’s isn’t the authentic talent he claims — and that he doesn’t write his own stuff. Working off Drake’s big hit “Jumpman”, Mill raps “you ain’t really write it I’m like who’s your stuntman?” (Just don’t say Nicki Minaj, Mill’s girlfriend, helped him with that line, okay?) Maybe Mill has a point. Not only does Drake credit Quentin Miller on many of his tracks, but Drizzy apparently needs help with everything. Drake is scheduled to coach the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game in Toronto in February. And Drizzy has the temerity to bring along assistant coaches like two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash and Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista. How about that, Meek? Can’t do it himself? Will Quentin Miller call a few plays?