The rapper is involved in lawsuit, which could see the likes of Khloe Kardashian and Chris Brown called in for depositions.
Meek Mill has fired a response back to Drake, by threatening to give the Canadian rapper a “wedgie”. We kid you not.
The rapper, who threw it down when he accused Drake of using a ghost writer for his lyrics, sparked a hip-hop feud with the Toronto star responding with TWO diss tracks – Charged Up and Back to Back.
It took him a while, but Meek finally responded with Wanna Know, his own track referencing the bust-up.
But after Drake made everyone laugh when he wore a ‘Free Meek Mill’ shirt while rehearsing at the OVO Fest in his hometown, before performing the two tracks on stage in front of memes that mocked Meek Mill.
During his show at Charlotte, North Caroline on Tuesday night, Meek Mil dropped a freestyle which was aimed at Drake.
Referencing Drake’s Young Money label mates Lil Wayne, Tyga and Birdman, he rapped: “Wayne don’t f*** with you/Stunna don’t f*** with you/Tyga don’t f*** with you”.
He then added: “Everybody catching bullet holes, including Drake and the whole OVO”, which referred to the tragic shooting at an OVO Fest after party.
This isn’t the only drama that Meek Mill is involved in, according to new reports he’s about to upset a big chunk of his celebrity pals if they’re dragged into a lawsuit.
In a new report, Justin Bieber, Khloe Kardashian, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, and French Montana were linked to Meek Mill’s lawsuit over a Grammy after party that he threw at a Beverly Hills mansion.
The owner was reportedly furious over damages caused by the rapper’s stay, especially as he had allegedly asked hm not to have more than six people at the house at one time.
The lawyer has told TMZ that Meek is not negotiating for a payment to settle the damage, so they could be drawing in the celebrities – and question them whether they were on the property.
If they were – they could be called trespassers.
The owner’s lawyer says that they could bring in all the celebrities and make them give depositions over the night in questions.