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Originally Posted by TheGrandPuba26 View Post

To be fair, Meek has a point.

If we're on the same team, you can't run around talking about the situation from a 3rd party standpoint. "He brought a pencil to the gun fight". How's that your mans and your clowning him on the radio? 
And this is why Meek got offended laugh.gif

If you present that quote to Meek, then it absolutely looks like Wale was talking about bars only.

But context is important.
post #10922 of 14573
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Originally Posted by Osek206 View Post

Kinda strange but I feel Meek looks down on Wale like he thinks Wale isn't a dope artist. I'd easily take
Wale over Meek any day of the week and I'm sure Ross would also.

Meek said he kicking wale off mmg and he's making the call, meanwhile rozay was biggin up wale at his concert last night laugh.gif


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If I call someone for a week and they don't return my call, that's not my homie.
Knowing this, Wale still defended Meek in that interview. Meek is just an emotional herb.
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Ross not letting no diss records come from this. He's the master deflector, out of nowhere self made 4 got a cover and is in the works. This ***** was just promoting black market. I'm not mad at self made 4 as long as I get more new Tracy and gunplay and less meek, wale, stalley.
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post #10925 of 14573
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Originally Posted by D StaXX View Post

If I call someone for a week and they don't return my call, that's not my homie.
Knowing this, Wale still defended Meek in that interview. Meek is just an emotional herb.

 

That's kind of a female thing to do IMO.


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post #10926 of 14573

joe budden was right

post #10927 of 14573
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Originally Posted by Osek206 View Post

Kinda strange but I feel Meek looks down on Wale like he thinks Wale isn't a dope artist. I'd easily take
Wale over Meek any day of the week and I'm sure Ross would also.

Meek thinks he's a tough "real n-word" and wale is a clown. To Meek, if it wasn't for MMG...they wouldn't even be in the same room.

Wale on the other seemed to want to be cool with meek. Kinda like the nerdy kid on the block who hangs around the street dudes who think they are tough, but they clown him on the low...and don't really rock with him like that.

Meek just never rocked with Wale like that. Any reason he can to distance himself from him...he will. I know people that act like that.
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post #10928 of 14573
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Gunplay and Ross talked about it laugh.gif

And he clearly explained what he meant by the pencil to a gunfight analogy. Meaning Drake has a lot more backers and the public behind him.

So all those times where Meek was going up to radio stations saying I only mess with Future, how was that? He didn't say Stalley, Gunplay, Wale or Ross. In fact he was bragging about how them to were doing all these songs together laugh.gif

When Ross addressed it, he had his back. I didn't see Gunplay.

 

I don't want to make it sound like I'm just coming at Wale. It's the whole camp. Not to sound like a old head "back in the day" type of dude, but if one guy is beefing with another, the camp has their back 100%. Because Drake has the machine behind his back, it's easy for everybody in Meek's camp to downplay it as a "bad move". 

 

Meek didn't handle the situation well after the diss tracks came out, but is he wrong? How is it suddenly okay that rappers can have reference rap verses? 

 

These rappers want to tell you who's real and who's not, but when Meek brought up a "real" problem, he gets clowned on. How is it acceptable that Drake is immune from any criticism and scrutiny? 

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post #10929 of 14573
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Originally Posted by TheGrandPuba26 View Post

When Ross addressed it, he had his back. I didn't see Gunplay.

I don't want to make it sound like I'm just coming at Wale. It's the whole camp. Not to sound like a old head "back in the day" type of dude, but if one guy is beefing with another, the camp has their back 100%. Because Drake has the machine behind his back, it's easy for everybody in Meek's camp to downplay it as a "bad move". 

Meek didn't handle the situation well after the diss tracks came out, but is he wrong? How is it suddenly okay that rappers can have reference rap verses? 

These rappers want to tell you who's real and who's not, but when Meek brought up a "real" problem, he gets clowned on. How is it acceptable that Drake is immune from any criticism and scrutiny? 
But at the end of the day we all know Drake has put out hit after hit after hit after hit and dude can legitimately rap. He's a pop star that just so happens to be able to rap really well so nobody really cared or was surprised that he had a couple reference tracks. And to be honest you're kidding yourself if you think Drakes career was built on another man's pen, pause.

So I say that to say that Meek barked up a tree that didn't need to be barked at and it came back to bite him in the ***. THEN he didn't even respond with BARS...the same thing he tried to call dude out on. That's where he went wrong.

I don't think anyone is saying Drake is immune to criticism or scrutiny but if you're gonna go after the people's champ you better do it in a strategic manner and REALLY have something to go at him about.



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post #10930 of 14573
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Originally Posted by TheGrandPuba26 View Post

When Ross addressed it, he had his back. I didn't see Gunplay.

I don't want to make it sound like I'm just coming at Wale. It's the whole camp. Not to sound like a old head "back in the day" type of dude, but if one guy is beefing with another, the camp has their back 100%. Because Drake has the machine behind his back, it's easy for everybody in Meek's camp to downplay it as a "bad move". 

Meek didn't handle the situation well after the diss tracks came out, but is he wrong? How is it suddenly okay that rappers can have reference rap verses? 

These rappers want to tell you who's real and who's not, but when Meek brought up a "real" problem, he gets clowned on. How is it acceptable that Drake is immune from any criticism and scrutiny? 

Because his fans are all sheep and they chalk it up to how the game is different now, and everyone gets help so it's okay, and whole bunch of mental gymnastics. These guys are literally in love with Drake he can do know wrong, it's kind of gay honestly.
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Originally Posted by Rico x Hood View Post

Because his fans are all sheep and they chalk it up to how the game is different now, and everyone gets help so it's okay, and whole bunch of mental gymnastics. These guys are literally in love with Drake he can do know wrong, it's kind of gay honestly.

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Originally Posted by ualreadyknow23 View Post

But at the end of the day we all know Drake has put out hit after hit after hit after hit and dude can legitimately rap. He's a pop star that just so happens to be able to rap really well so nobody really cared or was surprised that he had a couple reference tracks. And to be honest you're kidding yourself if you think Drakes career was built on another man's pen, pause.

So I say that to say that Meek barked up a tree that didn't need to be barked at and it came back to bite him in the ***. THEN he didn't even respond with BARS...the same thing he tried to call dude out on. That's where he went wrong.

I don't think anyone is saying Drake is immune to criticism or scrutiny but if you're gonna go after the people's champ you better do it in a strategic manner and REALLY have something to go at him about.



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post #10933 of 14573
Hit after hit? So that means an artist is good? Got it.
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Originally Posted by TheGrandPuba26 View Post

When Ross addressed it, he had his back. I didn't see Gunplay.

I don't want to make it sound like I'm just coming at Wale. It's the whole camp. Not to sound like a old head "back in the day" type of dude, but if one guy is beefing with another, the camp has their back 100%. Because Drake has the machine behind his back, it's easy for everybody in Meek's camp to downplay it as a "bad move". 

Meek didn't handle the situation well after the diss tracks came out, but is he wrong? How is it suddenly okay that rappers can have reference rap verses? 

These rappers want to tell you who's real and who's not, but when Meek brought up a "real" problem, he gets clowned on. How is it acceptable that Drake is immune from any criticism and scrutiny? 

I agree with what you're sayin, to an extent, because it is bullsh*t that grown men are walking on eggshells because they don't wanna **** with the Drake machine.

But again, Wale had several opportunities to go at Meek, he basically said they weren't on good terms without saying it. I mean, he said they were "friends" but the situation sounds like anything but that. Wale doesn't owe that N anything.

But say they really are friends and that's why Meek took it so hard, isn't keeping it real about his failures equally important as supporting him? I don't know, I just feel like you can speak out against something somebody did and still be cool with that person.
post #10935 of 14573
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Originally Posted by Rico x Hood View Post

Hit after hit? So that means an artist is good? Got it.
You putting words in my mouth bruh. I never said hits make him "good". I simply said he has tons of hits AND YES he can actually rap well. Hence why people love him and were willing to overlook the fact that he had reference tracks.

And stop frontin my G, you know Drake be snappin. eyes.gif ...I'm not even a fan of the guy like that but I ain't so far up my own *** to recognize that dude makes good music. Lets be real now if we gonna talk about this objectively.



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post #10936 of 14573
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Originally Posted by Osek206 View Post

Kinda strange but I feel Meek looks down on Wale like he thinks Wale isn't a dope artist. I'd easily take
Wale over Meek any day of the week and I'm sure Ross would also.


not sure if srs

 

in no way shape or form is wale better than meek mill

post #10937 of 14573
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not sure if srs

 

in no way shape or form is wale better than meek mill

Wale is a much better artist than Meek 100% 

post #10938 of 14573
100000% this isn't even up for debate. Wale has lines you will never get until you go to rap genius
post #10939 of 14573
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not sure if srs

 

in no way shape or form is wale better than meek mill

Wale is a much better artist than Meek 100% 

 everyone has their own opinion

 

funny how dudes like Olubowale when dudes were just roasting him a year or two ago

post #10940 of 14573
Well, for one thing, Wale has a filter on his voice. He can actually tone himself down and switch his flow up. Secondly, Wale is not one dimensional like Meek. He's very diverse in his subject matter. I'd say those alone makes him better laugh.gif
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post #10941 of 14573

Meek is barely better than Omelly BARELY!

post #10942 of 14573
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Originally Posted by ShotsRangOut View Post
 


not sure if srs

 

in no way shape or form is wale better than meek mill


You think Meek has better bars than Wale?

post #10943 of 14573
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Originally Posted by ualreadyknow23 View Post


But at the end of the day we all know Drake has put out hit after hit after hit after hit and dude can legitimately rap. He's a pop star that just so happens to be able to rap really well so nobody really cared or was surprised that he had a couple reference tracks. And to be honest you're kidding yourself if you think Drakes career was built on another man's pen, pause.

So I say that to say that Meek barked up a tree that didn't need to be barked at and it came back to bite him in the ***. THEN he didn't even respond with BARS...the same thing he tried to call dude out on. That's where he went wrong.

I don't think anyone is saying Drake is immune to criticism or scrutiny but if you're gonna go after the people's champ you better do it in a strategic manner and REALLY have something to go at him about.



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Agreed. 

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post #10944 of 14573
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Originally Posted by ShotsRangOut View Post


not sure if srs

in no way shape or form is wale better than meek mill

You must not listen to lyrics at all laugh.gif

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Originally Posted by TheGrandPuba26 View Post

When Ross addressed it, he had his back. I didn't see Gunplay.

I don't want to make it sound like I'm just coming at Wale. It's the whole camp. Not to sound like a old head "back in the day" type of dude, but if one guy is beefing with another, the camp has their back 100%. Because Drake has the machine behind his back, it's easy for everybody in Meek's camp to downplay it as a "bad move". 

Meek didn't handle the situation well after the diss tracks came out, but is he wrong? How is it suddenly okay that rappers can have reference rap verses? 

These rappers want to tell you who's real and who's not, but when Meek brought up a "real" problem, he gets clowned on. How is it acceptable that Drake is immune from any criticism and scrutiny? 

I've said everything you've said and I agree with it.

The issue was how Meek handled the entire situation. He threw shots and didn't think Drake was going to respond back. If you throw a punch back you better be prepared to fight or get your guard up or something. Instead he expected Drake and rap fans to be sophisticated enough to understand what he meant by reference tracks or Drake not writing his own stuff. This generation just doesn't care.

And that Apple deal was in the works about to be announced so Drake had everything to fight for.

Wale had his back and gave the advice what someone should have told him prior to this. Meek obviously has too many yes men if he was angered by that or he heard only a partial quote and ran with it.
post #10945 of 14573
On some real **** though I just KNEW them bars were coming from Meek. Body was ready. Then he did the complete opposite. It's like this ***** threw an oop to himself, caught it and shot a layup instead of yamming it...but missed the layup. eyes.gif



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not MMG
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"When drama ensues, (n-word) Ndamukong sue, old lying a***, defensive a*** boys!!" - Wale pimp.gif
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"When drama ensues, (n-word) Ndamukong sue, old lying a***, defensive a*** boys!!" - Wale pimp.gif

That line sucks.

Wale is better than Meek.

I don't listen to either of these clowns but I'm cool with Meek starting beef with anyone and everyone. I miss this.
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post #10949 of 14573
Anybody that says Meek > Wale obviously doesn't listen to Wale. Wale raps circles around that dude...in several different ways at that...
post #10950 of 14573
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Originally Posted by WavyCrocket View Post

Wale is a more skillful rapper from a technical standpoint. He's not my favorite artist, but I won't sit here and act like his pen game is weak.

I can agree with that but Meek "supposed to be" this hard a** street, battle rapper. He couldn't survive being taken out a singin' ninja and a poetry ninja... laugh.gif
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I don't listen to either of these clowns but I'm cool with Meek starting beef with anyone and everyone. I miss this.

It's entertaining if it produces dope songs. Right now Meek just looks like a sensitive negro trying to look like a tough guy. Take that ish to the booth and give the people some music. Dude e-thugging all over the internet and hasn't dropped a decent diss yet. Drake and AB got at him and all we've gotten is Wanna know and IG rants
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