This Might Be Meek Mill’s Only Hope After Dropping His Dismal Drake Diss, ‘Wanna Know’

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For those just tuning in, here is a brief blow-by-blow of Meek Mill’s Twitter feud with Drake.

July 21, 2015: Mill alleges that Drake uses a ghostwriter to write his raps, including his verse on “R.I.C.O.”, their collaboration on Mill’s latest album.

Rapper OG Maco backs Mill by naming the ghostwriter in question as Drake’s contributing writer Quentin Miller. He also targets Drake’s producer Boi-1da, who promptly shakes it off by suggesting that Maco return from the cave whence he came.

July 27: Drake drops “Charged Up“, a prelude to his eminent Battle Royale of diss tracks dedicated to Mill.

 

July 29: Mill is squished beneath the sole of Drake’s shoe with the release of Drizzy’s second takedown track, “Back to Back“.


Finally, July 30: Meek releases “Wanna Know”, a JV-level swing at Drake in which he calls the “6 God” a “buttercup” and a “f-cking” dork.

 

… And the internet was not impressed.

 

Drake laughs it off.

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Wikipedia calls a time of death on Meek’s career.

 

And a beef connoisseur deems his comeback game weak.

 

So, what is Meek to do now that his water gun retaliation is being considered a Presidential failure?

 

Collaborate with Taylor Swift.

See, T-Swift is being put in time-out by the media for her pillow fight with Mill’s girlfriend Nicki Minaj last week. Swift wrongly accused Minaj of shading her Video of the Year Award nomination for “Bad Blood”, when Minaj was simply airing her grievances against the pop music industry’s unbalanced gender/racial politics.

Swift dug her image’s grave one foot deeper, deploying Left-Sharkgate 2015 on her notorious frenemy Katy Perry in response to her questioning of Swift’s feminist status.

 

Thus, a pact between pop culture’s Regina George and Meek Mill would immediately solve a handful of each of their problems.

1. Mill would solidify his ties with Jay-Z that were put at risk by his original rant.

So this is being 25….. #WHAT #bestbirthdayEVER

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2. Similarly, he would remedy Twitter feud contagion before Swift’s Calvin Harris safety net Ed Sheeran catches the fever.

 

3. Swift’s feminist power will get a turbo boost from headlines that will boast a contribution to Minaj’s pet charity.

 

4. Their relationship would open an opportunity for a “We Are The World” collaboration to celebrate the coexistence of all races, genders, and species.

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5. And if all else fails, Mill will have networked his way into back-up career as a rookie on the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team.