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Meek Mill, Drake

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UPDATE: After hours of waiting, Meek Mill finally released his Drake diss on Twitter, writing, "Here it gooooooooo lets get it." But it's definitely not what people expected.


Oh, you thought that Drake and Meek Mill beef was over? It's just getting started!

What started on Twitter—remember when Nicki Minaj's boyfriend slammed Drizzy and claimed that he uses a ghostwriter?—has now made its way to the studio. Many were keeping their eyes peeled on their Twitter timelines waiting for Drake to respond to the tweets Meek was blasting out last week, but aside from a direct message that ended up on the Internet, the rapper chose to stay mum about the situation.

Until now, that is.

The Toronto rapper released three new tracks, including one diss track aimed at Meek called "Charged Up" on Beats 1 OVO Sound Radio show over the weekend.

Over a minimal beat from Maneesh, Frank Dukes and 40, Drake lays into Meek and the whole controversy, spitting, "Rumor has it, there's something that only I know/ Rumor has it, I steer this shit with my eyes closed/ Rumor has it, I either f--ked her or I never could/ But rumor has it, hasn't done you n---as any good."

He also rapped, "I stay silent 'cause we're at war and I'm very patient/ 6 God is watching/ I just hope you're prepared to face him/ I'm charged up/ Wow, I'm honored you think this is staged/ I'm flattered, man/ In fact, I'm amazed."

Meek acknowledged the diss track with a tweet:

However, Funk Flex teased on Instagram that he was going to drop a response track from Meek tonight. "TONITE 7PM @HOT97 / @WHEREHIPHOPLIVESAPP / #DJFUNKFLEXAPP #DRAKE #CHARGEDUP vs #MEEKMILL #UNTITLED FOR NOW #WeGonnaLetThePeopleDecide," he wrote with a split picture of the rappers.

Buuuuuut, it's been almost two hours and no track has been released. And people on Twitter are getting tired of waiting.

Well, until (if) that track hits the airwaves, feel free to listen to Drake's other two new tracks, "Right Hand" and "Cha Cha (Remix)," below.