Meek Mill Allegedly Used a Ghostwriter for his Latest Diss Record
Meek Mill may have some serious questions to answer concerning the lyrics to his diss track on rapper, The Game.
In case you missed it, The Game and Meek Mill got into a recent messy feud over the alleged stealing of Sean Kingston’s $300,000 chain. The two took ugly jabs at each other on social media and Nicki Minaj was also dragged into the messy drama.
Nothing is more disgusting than when a man drags a woman just to diss his male rival, and that’s what The Game has done.
Yesterday, the Compton rapper dropped a diss track where he claimed that Meek Mill ‘snitched on him’ over the alleged robbery of singer Sean Kingston’s $300,000 chain. You can look up the details of the robbery and the two rappers involvement here.
Not longer after the song went viral, Meek Mill clapped back at his rival, resulting in a war of words between them.
The duo entertained social media with the fastest fingers kind of feud, but it turned ugly when The Game, to score a cheap point, decided to drag his rival’s girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, into the feud.
“The last time Nicki held a REAL NIGGA,” the rapper captioned a photo of himself and Nicki Minaj (taken from their music video).
“Everybody know you the wife nigga,” The Game continued, adding, “If she take her followers back, you gone be back at 100k! #Snitch #RatsWilLDoAnythingForCheese #WeakMeal.”
During the whole saga, Meek Mill dropped a diss record on The Game in response to his 92 Bars diss track and now The Shaderoom reports that the song may have not been written by Milli at all.
In an interview with Persia Nicole, talented rapper Beanie Sigel hinted that he ‘helped’ out with some of the lyrics to the diss track and when he was asked to clarify his statement , he hesitantly replied, “I don’t wanna put that out there like that and discredit anyone for their skills.”. You can listen to the audio interview here.
So does this mean Meek uses ghostwriters? If yes, then he may have Drake coming for him real soon especially after publicly accusing him of using ghostwriters to write his own rap.
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