On Tuesday, Meek Mill set Twitter ablaze when he began throwing shade at Drake claiming that “he doesn’t write his own raps.” Shortly after MTV announced their 2015 VMA nominees, Mill went into a random Twitter rant, aimed at the Canadian rapper. “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 added, “The whole game know forreal they scared to tell the truth! I can’t wait tok these guys and sit back and act like they don’t know!”
Naturally, fans have been anxiously awaiting to see what the Toronto rapper had to say. Well, the wait is over. Last night, Drizzy flawlessly addressed Mill’s disses on the social media website by sharing a screenshot of a direct message exchange between he and his friend, Hitman Holla (whose real name Gerald Fulton Jr.) who appeared to reach out to him to show support.
“I see da foolishness,” Hitman wrote in a message to Drake. “You know me and Showw not buying it. You our guy. Keep killing. You motivate n—as like us.” The Missouri battle rapper then quoted lyrics from Drake’s “5 AM in Toronto,” writing, “I show love, never get the same out of n—as / I guess it’s funny how money can make change out of n—as, for real.”
Drizzy responded with the praying hands emoji (his favorite) to show his appreciation for Hitman Holla’s words, and then wrote, “I signed up for greatness. This comes with it.”
In other words, the 28-year-old hip-hop head isn’t biting Mill’s bait, he knows who his real supporters are and knows that this type of
jealousy fueled drama comes with the gig. Hitman Holla continued by tweeting about one very generous act Drizzy did for his family. “Drake sent $$ to my mama [sic] Breast Cancer Fund. That’s my guy … Lame a– Twitter n—as stop it.. Deeper than Rap!”
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