Meek Mill Slams Drake With ‘War Pain’ Diss Song – LISTEN HERE
Meek Mill slammed Drake on Saturday night with the release of his new song “War Pain,” which takes aim at his longtime rap rival. It started with Drake firing the first shots, dropping a new song hours earlier called “Summer Sixteen,” but Mill wasted no time with the response song “War Pain,” for which social media awarded him the win. Listen to “War Pain” below.
In Drake’s new tune, “Summer Sixteen,” which will be on his next album Views From the 6, he noted they both had been staying at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto when he released his Mill diss track “Back To Back” in July. And to taunt his nemesis, Drake blasted the song on repeat so Mill, who was in a room right beneath him, could hear it. Drake sings, “I let the diss record drop. You were standing right below me, n***a. We must have played it a hundred times. You was going to bed.” In Mill’s quick retort, “War Pain,” he confirms they were at the same hotel, rapping that Drake and his posse were “upstairs” but they “know not to come up here playin’ no real n****s.”
But that’s not all. Mill also slammed Drake again for allegedly not writing his own songs and for comparing himself to Jay Z in “Summer Sixteen.” In Drake’s new tune, he raps, “I turned into Jay,” but Mill hits back in “War Pain,” “You ain’t write it, n***a. We caught ya. Can’t erase that s**t. And you claimin’ you HOV now? Why you state that s**t?” Mills also attacks Drake and his dancing in “Hotline Bling,” spitting the lyrics, “Singin’ like they Drake. Wait, n****s dancin’ like they fruitcakes. ‘Hotline Bling’ don’t get no bing up.”
So, how exactly did Mill turn around a new song so quickly to respond to the just-released “Summer Sixteen”? Mill wrote on Instagram that he got the heads-up about Drake’s latest release because his enemy’s alleged “ghost writer told me” the lyrics in advance.
As Gossip Cop previously reported in July, the bad blood began when Mill accused Drake during a Twitter rant of using a ghostwriter for the verses used on his song “R.I.C.O.” Mill tweeted, “Stop comparing drake to me too…. He don’t write his own raps!” Drake responded with two diss tracks, “Charged Up” and then “Back To Back.” Mill came back, as Gossip Cop noted, a full week later with “Wanna Know,” but most felt Drake had won that battle.
Listen below to Meek Mill’s new Drake dissing track “War Pain.”