Drake Thinks Meek Mill's New "Wanna Know" Diss Track Is Hilarious

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Days after Drake released two Meek Mill Diss tracks, Meek finally dropped a response for Drake called "Wanna Know."

On the four-minute track, Meek calls Drake "buttercup" and Milli Vanilli, among other things, rapping for most of the time about how the Toronto rapper doesn't write his own lyrics. And let's just say fans and fellow music artists thought it fell a little short.

"Meek letting everybody down worldwide," Rapper Lil Boosie tweeted, while another tweeter wrote, "Well folks.....it safe to say Meek loss this one." Drake, too, had a response of his own. While he didn't directly reference the song or Meek, he posted a pic of himself laughing not long after Meek's diss track hit the web.

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The beef between Meek and Drake started after the Philly rapper went on a random rant last week about Nicki Minaj's ex Safaree, as well as Drake, saying Drake doesn't write his own lyrics.

Drake was quiet for days, and then he released "Charged Up" Monday and then "Back to Back" Wednesday. While he kind of went in on Meek on "Charged Up," he really let him have it on "Back to Back," so much so that he almost broke the internet when he dropped the song.

"You love her then you gotta give the world to her / Is that a world tour or your girl's tour?/ I know that you gotta be a thug for her / This ain't what she meant when she told you to open up more," he rapped on it, for starters.

Rumor has it that Drake is not done yet either. According to the Daily Beast, he reportedly has a third Meek diss track dropping Friday. Gulp.

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