As the feud between Drake and Meek Mill seems to heat up amid the release of the latter’s new album "Dreamchasers 4," a report by TMZ said that Mill was not referring to Drake in his song. Reports had said Tuesday that some of the leaked lyrics suggested that Mill, who is currently dating Nicki Minaj, was dissing Drake in a track from his upcoming album.
Leaked lyrics from the album, "I can't wait until we run into ya. Ima put a gun in ya," initially suggested a diss aimed at Drake. But according to a report by TMZ, Mill insisted that the lyrics were not aimed at anyone. Reports also cited fans saying that Mill does not want to end his feud with Drake that started in July, but TMZ said the “House Party” rapper was trying hard to stay away from trouble after he was found guilty of violating his probation.
The “All Eyes on You” singer is believed to have been engaged to Minaj, who set off a Twitter frenzy after posting a tweet on Monday asking her fans about the kind of wedding she should have. While rumors about Mill and Minaj’s wedding have been making rounds, Drake posted a holiday photo Tuesday with Kendall Jenner.
Drake’s photo led for his fans speculating if he was dating Jenner. The “Hotline Bling” singer had also shared a photo with Kendall’s mother Kris and sister Kylie Jenner last week.
Reports said that while Mill was trying to get Drake all riled up, the “Started from the Bottom” singer is trying to ignore the feud. A recent video showed Drake laughing at an instance where he was heckled by a fan shouting “Drake! Drake! You ain’t Meek Mill! Meek Mill! Meek Mill! Meek Mill! Meek Mill! Meek Mill!” Drake did not seem to respond to the comments and was seen just laughing in the video.
Despite this, another report by the Inquisitr citied a source telling Billboard that Drake has been taking “a lot of fuel” to make his songs for his album “Views From The 6,” which is expected to be released n 2016.
The feud between Mill and Drake began after the “House Party” rapper asked people on Twitter not to compare him to Drake, who Mill alleged does not write his own songs. Drake responded to the diss with two songs — “Charged Up” and “Back to Back” — to which Mill responded with "Wanna Know."