Rap Twitter let Funk Flex and Meek Mill have it last night after his lame troll response to Drake’s “Charged Up” diss. While we all painfully waited through Flex’s three-hour Hot 97 show, Nicki Minaj’s ex Safaree was getting ready for his own rebuttal to Meek, dropping a diss track called, “Lifeline.”
Safaree mainly focuses on Meek and his relationship with Nicki, but he also claims to have ghostwritten segments of Minaj’s album, The Pinkprint. Ironically it’s the same charge Meek brought up against Drake—coincidence or nah? “This n–ga bent outta shape with a gorilla face/ My bars on The Pinkprint no one will ever match/ My d-ck print lil n–ga you could never match,” Safaree raps.
His diss stems from Meek’s huge Twitter rant last week, which also sparked his beef with Drake.
This nigga SB was twerking mannnnnnnn….i always thought u was gay letting Ya girl do all that shit with … http://t.co/DpDlVCuVaW
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) July 22, 2015
Show him the email you sent me on my birthday. If were not 2gthr u shouldnt be questioning me about old shit at all. thats not moving on.
— IG: @IAMSAFAREE (@IAMSAFAREE) July 23, 2015
Meek Mill has not yet responded to Safaree, and we’re all still waiting for an actual response to Drake. The ball’s in your court, Meek.
UPDATE: Joe Budden shares his thoughts on Safaree’s diss track on Twitter, and is amused at his battle rapping skill