Stop comparing drake to me too.... He don't write his own raps! That's why he ain't tweet my album because we found out!
He ain't even write that verse on my album and if I woulda knew I woulda took it off my album..... I don't trick my fans! Lol — Meek Mill (@MeekMill)
Baby lotion soft...... — Meek Mill (@MeekMill)
I can tell he wrote that 1 tho...... — Meek Mill (@MeekMill)
On Jul. 29, Drake released another diss track, called "Back to Back." The beat is more brutal, the lyrics more savage — it's basically what everyone was hoping for the first time around. It's loaded with jabs, starting with the cover art alone, which features MLB player Joe Carter, who led the Toronto Blue Jays to a 1993 World Series victory. Which team did they beat, you ask? The Philadelphia Phillies, of course. (Mashable)
Drake and Meek Mill's feud seemed to come to a close as soon as Drizzy dropped his second diss track in a four-day span, "Back to Back."
Then Aubrey's annual OVO Fest happened in Toronto and ended the whole thing all over again. Drake came out to the strains of "Charged Up," a.k.a. diss track No. 1, before "Back to Back" dropped and the screen filled with all the Meek Mill memes we've been chomping on for the past couple weeks. (FuseTV)
Following a pair of diss tracks aimed in Meek Mill‘s direction, the Philadelphia rapper finally fired back at Drake [...] with his hard-hitting “Wanna Know,” where he continues to hammer Drake for allegedly relying on ghostwriters. (Rolling Stone)
On January 30th, 2016, Drake unleashed the track “Summer Sixteen” on OVO Sound Radio. On the single for his forthcoming album 'Views From the 6', Drake seemingly takes aim at Meek Mill and Tory Lanez.
Drake also pokes some fun at Jay-Z, saying he's risen to his level.
Toward the end of the song, Drake raps about his rise to fame and fortune. But instead of just complimenting his own accomplishments, Drake insinuates that his career is so huge, even Kanye can’t touch him. (Hollywood Life)
But within the hour, Mill posted his own diss track “War Pain” on a surprise EP, 4/4 Pt. 2. Not so weird, right? Except that he directly responds to lyrics Drake literally just released. How did he know what Drake was going to spit about him? Mill posted on Instagram that “The ghost writer told me!” This is a reference to Quentin Miller, the guy Mill accused of ghostwriting a verse on a song they made together, “R.I.C.O.” (Inverse)