Drake and Meek Mill may have stopped making rap songs about each other a long time ago, but their constant feud of pettiness will never, ever end. The latest examples might be the lightest jabs at each other yet, but they’re still happening and these two will probably never let go.
Drake sent out the first little attack, naturally, on his OVO Sound radio show this week. If you weren’t paying close attention you might have missed it, as OVO crew member Oliver went through his set on the show. Now, the OVO mixes typically play full tracks and blend songs together here and there and make transitions, but when it came time to play Meek’s DC4 banger “Offended” with Young Thug and 21 Savage an exception was made. Oliver made the decision to cut the track off, right as Meek was set to rap, and went straight into Drizzy’s new track “Sneakin'” also featuring 21. Surely he got the call from upstairs, because the OVO pettiness knows no bounds.
Meek’s crew got their chance this as well at Odell Beckham Jr.’s 24th birthday at Jue Lan Club in New York. Just like every other club in the world, they played some Drake music and according to Page Six, Meek’s crew “went nuts” because he didn’t want them to play any Drake while he was there. A little odd, since Meek was spotted “cuddling and making out most of the night” with Nicki Minaj, but hey, the feud must go on.