Meek Mill’s Drake Diss ‘Wanna Know’ Is Missing from Soundcloud
The Philly rhymer also went on his Instagram page and posted a long missive (and then remove it) explaining why he’s no longer feuding with Drake.
After racking up million of streams, Mill removed “Wanna Know” from his Dreamchasers Records Soundcloud page. Speculation is that he removed the track to avoid getting sued by The Undertaker for using his ring entrance song on the diss track.
As for his Instagram message, DJ Akademiks posted a screen capture of the letter, which partly reads, "I'm not entertaining no rap/real beef over Drake. I never shoulda entertained it buck it won't bring me no money or success."
"I don’t feel like I gotta try to prove myself to the people and end up in a real situation over this fake rap s---!" it reads further. “I’m just on some next level s--- wit it tryna touch some real paper...leave all that murder one s--- in the streets."
Mill maybe referring to AR-Ab's violent diss track, where he threatens to unleash "shooters" at the Philly native.
Hopefully, this feud is truly over and it doesn't spill out onto the streets. No one should die over this so-called rap feud. Let's stop the violence and increase the peace -- for hip-hop's sake.
Now that's enough preaching. Check out Meek Mill's purported Instagram message below.
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