Meek Mill Says The Weekend Wrote Half of Drake’s Album

June 12, 2016 at 3:53 am

Meek Mill has once again dissed Drake by accussing him yet again, for having people write for him.

The Philadelphia rapper took to Snapchat this week to accuse Drake once again of using a ghostwriter. “Weeknd gave half his album to dat drake n***a. Drake not original at all,” wrote Meek Mill. The message was posted on a picture with green writing that read “No shade all facts!.” Although he did not specify the album he was speaking about, Meek Mill is most likely referring to “Take Care.” Drake and the Toronto singer have two collaborations on the project including “The Ride” and “Crew Love.” Many fans regard “Take Care” as Drake’s best work, and credit Weeknd for the success of the project.

Drake appears to have moved on from dissing Meek Mill after winning the battle with him last summer. He released “4PM in Calabasas” last week that takes aim at other rivals Joe Budden and Puff Daddy. Drake addresses Budden’s recent comments about him not sounding “inspired” on his latest album “Views,” and his altercation with Puff Daddy over the beat for “0 to 100.” The mogul reportedly attacked Drake for taking the beat for the song. Unlike Meek Mill, Diddy seems to be taking the highroad by responding to the alleged diss with a post that read “Positive Vibes Only.” Budden might join Meek Mill in the assault on Drake. Even though he’s admitted to being a fan of the Toronto emcee, he is ready to clap back at him if a more specific and serious diss surfaces in the coming weeks. He expects Drake to attack him harder on an upcoming French Montana song that they previewed a few weeks back on Instagram.