Meek Mill Disses Drake In Clean Version Of "Flows Of 1942"

HipHop News Posted on July 24, 2017 at 9:13am

Meek Mill Disses Drake In Clean Version Of "Flows Of 1942"

The last patch of diss?

Fans listen to Meek Mill new Wins And Losses album heard him address his beef with Drake briefly on the song "1942 Flows" when the Dreamchasers founder rapped, "I told niggas that wrote it, not taking back what I have quoted," in what appeared to be a line about the ghost writing accusations Meek made all those diss tracks back. But the Philly MC had a lot more to say about his rival ... even in the clean version of the record.

As it turns out, the clean with the interpretation of "Flows of 1942" features of some additional lines in your third verse. The content of these bars is aimed at Drake, with references to Drizzy insult the Meek of the worship of Rolex watches in the Life of "cut Lose" and the OVO Sound stars of the alleged biting of XXXTENTACION of the flow.

"I heard you tell me to talk about my Rollies a lot/ But they flows you be using sound stolen too/ 500 in my neck, tell me that I am glowing too/ Had to block that bitch because she blows me/ I do a lot, just looking for attention/ Swagger jacking, jacking niggas' swag, that extentious/ Wine in the culture like a vulture, now you win/ But this is only the beginning, Double-M emblem, real,"Meek raps on the extension of the third verse.

Meek's decision to bury the additional bar in the clean version of his album is sure to awaken all sorts of questions. He was purposely trying to hide the sim? It was some kind of error (especially in light of his new maturity)? The Maybach Music Group artist surely knew that the fans discover with time, so that the final objective is clear.

One thing that is clear is the rivalry between Meek and Drake is still always present.

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