Drake has expressed disgust over Meek Mill’s action of slamming a fan for holding a sign featuring the Canadian rapper on Monday, Hollywood Life reported Tuesday. Mill’s move to fire at the offending fan during his performance at the Fool’s Gold Festival in Brooklyn has reportedly added fuel to Drake and Mill’s ongoing feud.
“Drake shook his head in disgust after watching Meek pop off on that fan,” a source told Hollywood Life. “To Drake, feud aside, that’s unprofessional. Unless it was a free concert (which Drake hopes it was because he wouldn’t pay a penny to see Meek), that fan forked over some coins to be in the venue and should be allowed to do whatever the f--- they want to do.”
According to the source, Drake also believes that fans should be allowed to do whatever they want at concerts and that such kind of behavior should be expected.
“That’s part of the game, the fans get to choose who they like and who they don’t like,” the source reportedly added. “Rap is just like any sport. You root for the team you like and boo the other.”
On Monday, after a fan appeared at the show with a Drake sign, Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend sent one of his “Dreamchasers” crew members -- “a shooter” -- to stand next to the offending fan.
"Made his b---- a-- put that s--- down," Mill said at the event. "Don’t ever come in here with no crazy s--- like that.
"Put that Drake sign up again, n----," Mill added, in between songs. "Don’t ever come in here and f------ play on no Meek Milly try na pick on me like I’m a f------ d---- or somethin'."
Mill has been at war with Drake since July 21 after the "All Eyes on You" rapper took to Twitter and told people not to compare him with Drake because he doesn't write his own rap songs. Drake responded by releasing two diss songs, “Charged Up” and “Back to Back,” while Mill fired back with “Wanna Know.”
Earlier reports claimed that Drake may not end his feud with Mill as the ongoing battle will add “a lot of fuel” for his new album “Views From The 6,” which is expected to release this year.
“Views From The 6” will follow the rapper's 2015 album, “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late,” which was released without warning in February and became the first release of the year to sell a million copies.