Twitterscape was clouded with allegations, rants and lots of exchanges on Wednesday morning. After Nicki Minaj lambasted the music industry for its alleged racism, her boyfriend Meek Mill claimed that rapper Drake doesn't write his own lyrics.
In a series of posts that targeted Drake, Philadelphian rapper Meek Mill said that Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and he are aware that Drake's lyrics are the result of ghostwriters, and if he knew about it earlier, he wouldn't have asked Drake to collaborate with him.
Mill's posts state, "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!". Mill's posts then go on to compare Drake to J Cole and Kendrick Lamar, saying that the two can rap, but Drake "is way outta of it."
Mill's sophomore album "Dreams Worth More Than Money", which topped US Billboard charts, features songs by many artists including his girlfriend Nicki Minaj and Drake. The Canadian rapper, assisted Mill on the song, "RICO", which went on to become one of the more famous tracks in the album. Ironically, the song is a reference to the RICO Act, which was passed in 1970 to crackdown on crime.
The rapper also took potshots at Minaj's ex, Safaree Samuels aka SB, referring to Samuel's twerking video. "This n---a SB was twerking mannnnnnnn....i always thought u was gay letting Ya girl do all that shit with n---as while yall where together! Lol," Mill tweeted.
Though Mill's allegations are pretty serious, so far the rapper's tweets have not elicited a response from Drake or Samuels. However, fans of the Canadian rapper have reacted to Mill's tweets with humour and wit.
@MeekMill bruh. Drake got more mentions this night than albums you sold in a week tho...
— Elijah Arnold (@ElijahArnoldDoe) July 22, 2015
— CheSmart99 (@TacheWilliams) July 22, 2015