New Year, old Meek. Months after you might have thought the Drake drama was done (or wanted it to be), it's officially back in the form of a surprise mixtape. Meek Mill's 4/4 dropped this weekend, with four tracks and more ill-advised barbs for the Toronto-born rapper: "Jumpman, Jumpman, Jumpman / Jumpman, Jumpman, Jumpman," Meek parrots on his version of "I'm Da Plug." "Ain't nobody tell ’em, this ain't what they want man / You ain't really write it, I'm like 'who's your stuntman?'" It's, more or less, the same ghostwriting dig that started this whole thing. You can check out the long-awaited dis track and tape below:
So yeah, we're back. The mixtape's "Gave ’Em Hope" also notably takes shots at what sounds like 50 Cent, because Meek is both fearless and reckless: "Shit that you're popping ain't adding up / Shit that you're popping ain't making sense," he raps, likely alluding to his target's ongoing beef with Rick Ross. "I be deep in your hood where you never be at / Be with them guys that you never could dap."
Whether it's meant for 50 or not, the G-Unit don didn't like what he was hearing and went on a very poop-centric fit via Instagram. Here are some highlights — these have also sent fans and haters alike filling the comment sections of Meek's Instagram with the poop emoji — but warning, they are ugly and dramatic:
Caption: "LMAO Hey shit head, your career is over already.you better focus on getting Nikki pregnant so you can at least get child support girl."
Meek had a couple responses, too:
"U pop shit on social media 24/7 ... U never in the places everybody b at... The whole queens say you a rat," he wrote in a lengthy retort. "@iamdiddy @ceoslow stop letting this dork play around ... He already been shot 9 times lol he like a vegetable or something."
Caption: "Say less.... Just watch these characters!"
But it's clear 50 thinks he's on a roll and is stopping for nobody:
At time of publication, Drake hadn't responded, but stay alert. Or just keep refreshing 50's page.