The feud continues between rappers Meek Mill and Drake. Over the past few months, Meek and Drake have been going back and forth taking shots at each other. Meek Mill called out Drake on multiple occasions claiming that the ‘Hotline Bling’ artist doesn’t write his own lyrics.
Earlier in the year Meek tweeted, “Stop comparing Drake to me too… He don’t write his own raps! That’s why he ain’t tweet my album because we found out!”
Meek Mill, Twitter post:
Stop comparing drake to me too…. He don't write his own raps! That's why he ain't tweet my album because we found out! 😁
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) July 22, 2015
In response to Meek’s claims, Drake released a song called ‘Charged Up,’ that fueled the fiery feud between the two with lyrics like, “I stay silent ‘cause we’re at way and I’m very patient.”
While the two have remained relatively quiet about the feud over the past while. Meek decided to stir things back up when he took the stage on Friday at the Power 99’s Powerhouse Philly 2015.
Meek addressed Drake’s statement saying that Meek is riding on the coat tails of his girlfriend, Nicki Minaj. Meek said, “I can’t understand. Was that a joke? No, I got the hottest chick in the game.”
He went on to talk about Drake’s now infamous dance moves in his ‘Hotline Bling’ music video. Meek said, “you ain’t gonna have me up here looking like Drake.” Going on to say that his rival has “two left feet.”
Now to wait to see how Drake responds to Meek’s digs at him.
Unfortunately, the all-girls reboot of Ghostbusters has been getting a fair share of negative feedback. The upcoming movie stars actresses Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Melissa McCarthy and Leslie Jones as the ghost fighting team.
While the feminine take on the franchise was supposed to be empowering, it is garnering a lot of criticism from the public. Recently, in an interview star Kristen Wiig addressed the negativity, explaining:
“The fact there was so much controversy because we were women was surprising to me. Some people said some really not nice things about the fact that there were women. It didn’t make me mad; it just really bummed me out. We’re really honoring those movies.”
The director Paul Feig commented on the public backlash earlier in the year, saying that the film has gotten some of “the most vile, misogynistic sh*t” he has ever seen.” He went on to add, “It’s so dramatic. Honestly, the only way I could ruin your childhood is if I went into a time machine and went back and made you an orphan.”
Considering they are attempting to remake Ghostbusters, I don’t think it is all too surprising they are getting some negative feedback from fans of the original film. Nonetheless, the film is set to hit theaters on July 22, 2016.