Damn Meek, how did you get here?
Just a month ago he was the hottest thing smoking in Hip Hop, a number one album, hot single, and, of course, the Queen of Rap on his arm. Fast forward to today, he's had 3 consecutive weeks of taking losses to the perceived softest guy in the game, Drake.
At this point it's safe to say stick a fork in Meek, that boy is done.
This is why it's not surprising when you hear that Meek no longer has an interest in the beef which he started. Yesterday, there were tremors on Twitter of a post that Meek published and then deleted.
Basically, it was Meek's no so subtle way of bowing out of the exchange that appears to have cost him more than he bargained for.
Here's his way of saying he shouldn't have started anything.
“I’m not entertaining no rap/real beef over drake s/o a rapper! I can’t fall for the oldest trick in the book and I never shoulda entertained it bcuz it won’t bring me no money or success. Ima take the blame for it …”
Why he's no longer pursuing a battle he was losing so badly.
“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**t … all this killer s**t on social media is like walking ya self into prison and that ain’t my lifestyle and don’t really make sense to me”
Here's a screenshot of the message that was quickly deleted.
This seems lie the end of it, but this is Hip Hop people, so don't be surprised if a new diss record surfaces in the future.
In addition, Meek also deleted his Drake diss “Wanna Know” from SoundCloud. There were quite a few reasons why he could have done it, but it ultimately turned out he removed the song after receiving a cease and desist from the WWE on Tuesday. Complex reached out to a source, who confirmed the information. The track features a sample of The Undertaker's theme music, composed by Jim Johnston. Upon the release of the diss, the WWE stated that they are “looking into the matter,” forecasting the latest events.
As it stands right now, Drake has won the battle….By a landslide.