Is Meek Mill throwing in the towel? The Philly rapper has removed his Drake diss record.
The song, “Wanna Know,” was uploaded to the Dreamchasers Records SoundCloud page and had racked up millions of streams before being abruptly taken down in the past 24 hours.
“We really only focusing on making it out thats the only way we fighting… I’m not entertaining no rap/real beef over drake s/o a rapper!” said Meek in the comment that has since been deleted. “I can’t fall for the oldest trick in the book and I never shoulda entertained it bcuz it won’t bring me no money or success.” Read the DREAMS WORTH MORE THAN MONEY rapper’s entire message below.
This image shows Meek Mill allegedly surrendering to Drake earlier on Instagram, before he deleted it.
But this doesn’t necessarily mean Meek Mill is surrendering to Drake. The removal of the song was likely done to avoid a potential lawsuit from The Undertaker over the wrestler’s famous ring entrance song.
Meek Mill sampled The Undertaker’s signature bells on the diss track. A WWE spokesperson told TMZ, “WWE takes its intellectual property rights very seriously, and we’re looking into the matter.”
However, if you search, the song still lives on YouTube.
Meanwhile, Drake’s diss records both debuted on the charts this week. “Back to Back” comes in at No. 21, while “Charged Up” places at No. 78.