Pinkprint Tour: Meek Mills kvetch Drake’s 'Charged Up' Diss Song | Councilor Norm Kelly unwelcomes him in Toronto
You already know all the drama that’s been going on between Meek Mill and Drake.
Meek Mill in his recent talk, decided to speak on the “Charged up” diss record during the Pinkprint Tour at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn and threw even MORE SHADE towards Drake.
Meek on stage told the crowd:
“YOU HEARD THAT SHT? THAT SHT WAS VERY SOFT. BABY LOTION SOFT. WE AIN’T GONNA FOCUS TOO MUCH MOTHERFCKING ENERGY ON THAT. BUT I’M GONNA LET YOU KNOW, WHEN IT COMES TO THIS RAP SHT, BIGGIE AND 2PAC HAD TO DIE TO BE THE MOTHERFCKING GREATEST. IF YOU’RE GONNA BE THE MOTHERFCKING GREATEST OF THIS SHT, JUST MAKE SURE YOU’RE DOING YOUR MOTHERFCKING PEN GAME AND KEEPING IT ALL THE WAY A MOTHERFCKING HUNDRED. CAUSE IT’S LEVELS TO THIS SHT.”
The Pinkprint Tour is scheduled to hit Drake’s hometown of Toronto on July 28. The city’s Councillor Norm Kelly told Meek he was “no longer welcome in Toronto.”
The Philadelphia native replied to Kelly by writing on Twitter;
“Aye white man [Norm Kelly] what gives you the audacity to tell me I can’t come somewhere over me voicing my opinion! U sound like a thug lol.”
Will this get any better? I mean the beefs in music. It keeps the game going though, unfortunately for my Ghana, beefs will end the fan and it usually takes a different dimension draining the fun at the end.
Watch the short video captured by Vibe Magazine.
Also check out Weezy’s performance at the Barclay Center.