Back To Back Freestyle

Drake “Back To Back Freestyle”

After having some issues getting into Canada, Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj made a stop in Toronto last night for the Pinkprint Tour. Of course, the major speculation about the night’s events were focused on what Meek was going to say or do in response to Drake’s “Charged Up.” Let’s just say that Meek had some choice words for you boy:

Although Drake never got a response from Meek beyond tweets and the video above, the Canadian rapper took it upon himself to drop another track, this time solely focused on Meek. According to his bars, Drake’s “Back To Back Freestyle” is intended to get Meek to respond, since everyone felt “Charged Up” was too mellow. Between the random Top Goon Of Philly reference and allusions to Nicki, this light diss deserves a rebuttal. Shit, these bars alone deserve a clap back:

“Trigger fingers turn to Twitter fingers,
You gettin’ bodied by a singing nigga
I’m not the type of nigga that’ll type to niggas
And shoutout to my boss bitches wifin’ niggas!”

Listen to Drake’s potentially ghostwritten jawn below.

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