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imageMeek Mill is trying to get ahead on this feud with Drake but just keep catching L’s.

In a desperate attempt get back at Drake he struggles to freestyle to “I’m the Plug” beat from “What a Time to Be Alive” I thought I was at a high-school pep rally for a losing football team.

Just a bunch of hollering and Meek spitting saliva whenever he says “Plug”. In the freestyle, it sounds more like he is dissing Nicki Minaj than Drake.

Listen to the trash freestyle below.

 

 

 

https://soundcloud.com/dreamchasersrecords/sets/meekmill4-4

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What did you think? Should Drake be worried or should Meek Mill be worrying about slanging mixtapes out his trunk when Nicki Minaj drops him?

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  1. Danie

    January 17, 2016 at 8:14 pm

    He needs to more concerned about his baby momma stealing $17 worth of groceries.

    • Ashley

      January 18, 2016 at 7:39 am

      I bout damn near pissed!!!’ ?? $17 noooooo!!!! He better be recording that mixtape on a Walkman got his bby momma out here struggling

    • MsDtown

      January 20, 2016 at 8:19 pm

      See, what goes around comes around. He seems very petty and emotionally unstable. And its sad because I actually like some of his music. But, for a male to be so unable to control his outbursts and can never come out on top when going up against another man, it’s not surprising that this could be true. There are just a bunch of sissies out here (and I don’t mean gay men either)

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