Meek Mill Disses Drake On New EP ‘4/4’, Twitter Thinks It's Hilarious

18 January 2016, 11:58 | Updated: 18 January 2016, 16:25

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Meek has continued his war of words with Drizzy.

Meek Mill has reignited his ongoing feud with Drake after sending more shots at the Canadian rapper in his new EP ‘4/4’. 

Following a six month absence from music, Meek Mill unveiled the new project - which is expected to be a prequel to his upcoming ‘Dreamchasers 4’ mixtape.

The EP hears Meek unleashing his aggression over four previously unheard songs.

However one track in particular caught the attention of fans – after Meek remixed Drake and Future’s ‘I’m Da Plug’.

First he made reference to his allegations that Drake uses a ghostwriter:

“Ain’t nobody tell ‘em, this ain’t what they want man/ You ain’t really write it, I’m like ‘who’s your stuntman?,” he raps. 

Then he took shots at Drake’s appearance:

“Headbands and double parts, do y’all see them n*ggas?/ We the type to run up on ‘em’ try to leave them n*ggas/ We really started from the bottom, unlike them/ We them n*ggas.

"Was that my girl’s tour or the world tour? I do not know what you pu**y ni***s goin’ for."

Check out the best Twitter reactions below:

People even thought some lyrics were aimed at Rihanna:

Meek Mill also aimed shots at 50 Cent on the EP, which sparked a number of hilarious exchanges over Instagram.