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Meek Mill Just Added More Fire to His Feud With Drake

Last summer’s rap beef is ready for its sequel.

On Wednesday night, Meek Mill continued his lyrical assault on Drake with a new remix of “All the Way Up,” featuring Fabolous.

“I’m in the 6, man, 6 man, Dion Waiters,” Meek Mill raps on the track, a reference to Drake’s hometown of Toronto. He later dings Drake for ghostwriting, allegations Meek Mill made last summer as well. “And I’m on my level now, I’m so beyond haters/ Bout to go and grab the Benz truck, see y’all later/ When I came through the block, you should’ve seen y’all faces/ This is slaughter, new world order/ I be goin’ hard, Westbrook, 4th quarter/ This is hip-hop, you ain’t write it, don’t record it/ I don’t know how they gettin’ down ‘cross the border.”

Another, pointed Drake shot comes near the end of the verse: “Views from the projects,” Meek Mill raps, playing off Drake’s recent albumViews, which was originally called Views from the 6.

Read up on the Drake-Meek Mill feud from last year right here.

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