If you present that quote to Meek, then it absolutely looks like Wale was talking about bars only.
But context is important.
That's kind of a female thing to do IMO.
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?
everyone has their own opinion
funny how dudes like Olubowale when dudes were just roasting him a year or two ago