Meek Mill is opening up about his Drake beef, and the fact that many people think he took an L in the feud. Mill was interviewed by Charm La’Donn from MyMixtapez, and Meek let it be known that he does not care about what other people think. When discussing how the public reacted when Mill exposed the fact that Drizzy used a ghostwriter on R.I.C.O. Meek said “Last year and the position I was in, people was like going in a wave of I was actually losing, but life was good and sometimes the Internet is kind of uncontrollable where people go with their own ways.” Mill accused Drake last July, saying that Drizzy had used a ghostwriter, Quentin Miller, and did not write his own verses. Along the way somehow DJ Drama and Funkmaster Flex from Hot 97 also got involved, but later Drama said he did not leak the reference tracks and had nothing to do with the situation.
Many suspect that Nicki Minaj also played a role in the feud although not directly. It was no secret that the Toronto rapper and the Young Money Barbie were close friends until she hooked up with Mill, and this could be a reason for some of the bad blood between the two men. As the Meek-Drizzy feud escalated Drake released a number of diss tracks aimed at Meek Mill in rapid succession while Mill only released a single diss track in return called Wanna Know. This one track seemed to take a long time for Mill to create, and it didn’t generate the same excitement. Soon the internet was full of jokes about Mill, and he was seen as a laughing stock.
During the interview with La’Donn Mill made it clear that the theatrics of the Drake feud does not bother him and that he still lives a very good life. “My son is five years old, just turned five years old the other day. He’s speaking French, If you call that losing, I don’t know what you call that. That’s like me going on Draymond Green or Steph Curry’s comments and putting up an L.” As for the much anticipated album Dreamcatchers 4 Meek explained “If I got five dollars for somebody asked me every time when DC4 comes out I’d probably have $5 million right now; It’s a mixtape slash album, basically. This mixtape right here is my reintroduction for the people that doubted me.”