Meek Mill Releases Unsatisfactory Drake Diss Track ‘Wanna Know’

Meek Mill Wanna Know

More than a week after he began a feud with Drake on Twitter, Meek Mill has released the highly-anticipated, but largely underwhelming response to Drake’s “Charge Up” and “Back to Back” with the diss track “Wanna Know.”

The Philadelphia rapper fired back at Drake on Thursday night with his diss track where he continues to taunt Drake for allegedly having a ghostwriter. Over  the Jhalil Beats and Swizz Beats production, which features a sample from WWE wrestler the Undertaker’s intro, Meek hands out more ghostwriting jokes, referencing what seems to be Quentin Miller’s version of “Know Yourself.” He also references the rumors of a scuffle between Drake and Diddy earlier this year and even dug up a five-year-old rumor about someone urinating on Drake at a movie premiere.

“You really sweet, I call you buttercup / You fucking dork, you changed the style because you studied us / Coming with the same flow / Switching up your lingo / We just want a refund, this ain’t what we paid for,” Meek Mill says on the track. “I just wanna know, I just wanna know / Was it Quentin Miller? Was it Hush or was it Detail where you really got your flow,” listing three of Drake’s potential ghostwriters.

The four-minute song was uploaded to Soundcloud on Thursday night accompanied by a photo of Drake photoshopped onto a Milli Vanilli member’s body, and it didn’t take long for the track–which wasn’t received well–to become the center of internet memes and feedback.

Most critiques of the diss effort were that Meek started the feud yet waited so long to release a lackluster track with weak punchlines. American food chain Whataburger got in on the action by tweeting, “Meek Mill take it from us– if you gonna serve beef serve it high quality.”

While there is not word whether Drake will follow up “Charged Up” and “Back to Back” with a third diss track, he seemingly responded by posting an old photo of himself laughing with a cellphone in his hand.

Listen to the track below and tell us what you think in the comments!

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