Did Meek Mill Take A ‘Hidden’ Shot At Drake On ‘Wins & Losses’?
Upon first listen, Meek Mill’s new album Wins & Losses ignored the Drake elephant in the room.
However, the clean version of the track ‘1942 Flows’ is about 30 seconds longer than the album version and contains new bars that seem to be pointed at Drizzy.
“Heard they say I talk about my Rollie too much/But them flows you be using sounding stolen too much/500 on my neck, they say I’m glowin’ too much/Had to block that lil’ bitch ‘cuz she be blowing me up/You be doing too much, you only looking for attention/Swagger jacking, jackin’ niggas swag, that’s extentious/Came in the culture like a vulture, now you’re winnin’/But this is the beginning, double M the emblem,” Meek raps in the extended third verse.
Does that sound like Meek is talking about a certain Canadian who’s clearly on top of the game now and who has been accused of vulturing various cultures and jacking various swags?
Yes, it does. Especially since Drake mocked Meek on the More Life track ‘Lose You’ with the line “All you did was write the book on garbage-ass Rollies.”
Meek’s “hidden” bars come at about the 3:10 mark.
Was this an effective diss from Meek?