#Drake and #PushaT had a lil’ rap beef that will forever go down in the books of hip-hop. They came for each other in each of their initial responses, throwing close friends, baby mamas and allaathat in the mix. As y’all know, #Pusha spilled ALLL the tea on the kid #Drake was hiding the world from at the time.
Some people feel as though Pusha went too hard, and some feel as though he was within rap beef grounds. Everyone was waiting to see if #Aubrey would “finish him”, but the day never came like it did during his beef with #MeekMill.
If anyone knows a thing or two about a very public Hip-Hop beef it’s Meek Mill. A couple of years back he engaged in one of the most talked about beefs in history with his foe, now once again friend, Drake. The 6ix God went on to another beef with Pusha T that got pretty nasty. Drake is on record for believing King Push went too far, but Meek says he should have expected it.
Meek Mill visited Angie Martinez during his recent trip to New York City to promote Championships and detailed how when the beef is on, Hip-Hop gloves are off.
“Ain’t no such thing as going too hard. I would tell Drake that when I see him, too,” he said. “I’m just tellin’ you, I’m come from where niggas sayin’, ‘We will smoke your mom.’ Like, ‘We will lay on your mom and smoke her. Your dad is a rat. Your sister is a hoe.’”
Meek would also go on to detail his on beef with Drake and how he wasn’t prepared for the memes and pieces that followed.
Thankfully, he and Drake are on the same page now.
Check out the full commentary from Meek Mill on the rules in beef below.