Meek Mill posted a cryptic message on his Instagram account Wednesday after he was slammed by social media users for reigniting his feud with Drake by remixing the Canadian rapper’s “Summer Sixteen” track. On Tuesday, Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend dropped Drake’s single from his upcoming album “Views From The 6” and also a freestyle for Desiigner's “Panda.”
“Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth,” Mill shared the quote from “Wealthy Words.”
Social media users, who dissed Mill after he dropped the remix for Drake’s song, took to the comments section of the latest post to once again take a jab at the Philadelphia rapper.
“Hahahahaha you're worthless honestly and the only talent left in you is to remix drake songs @meekmill this @champagnepapi is really still got you in your feelings, that's why you can't get over it for almost a year now. Lol,” one user wrote.
Other users weighed on Mill’s worth, saying: “Your worth 3 million Drake worth 100 million.” Another user wrote: “Drake worth = 100million.”
Mill dropped the mixtapes the same day Drake two songs by the “Hotline Bling” rapper “Pop Style” and “One Dance” released on iTunes.
Mill is currently under house arrest since March 1 after he was sentenced for violating his probation, which stemmed from drug and gun charges in a 2008 conviction.
Mill and Drake have been feuding with each other since July last year. The fight began with Mill slamming Drake for ghostwriters for his songs. As the feud heated up, the two rappers released songs dissing each other.
The ongoing battle between Mill and Drake had reignited in January after they released their new tracks taking shots at one another.
Drake released his latest single, “Summer Sixteen,” following which Mill dropped the second installment of his “4/4” mixtape during the stream of OVO Sound Radio.