By Taking A Cheap Shot At Caitlyn Jenner, Meek Mill Proves He’ll Never Measure Up To Drake

It’s officially time to put this beef to bed.

By Michael Arceneaux

Meek Mill picked a fight he couldn’t win, but that hasn’t deterred him from swinging. Some might admire the Philly rapper’s tenacity, others wish he would stop being so terrible. I’m inclined to go with the latter now that he’s invoked one of my new favorite homegirls in my head: Caitlyn Jenner.

During a recent stop on Nicki Minaj’s The Pinkprint tour, Meek dropped some new bars aimed at his friend-turned-adversary and invoked the Olympian-turned-reality star. Meek rapped: “Did five months, came home, that’s perfect timing. To make a sucka ni–a look sucka without trying, if Quentin Miller wrote that sh-t, what were we buying? Ni–as turn to hoes, Caitlyn Jenners turn to Drizzy Drakes.”

The worst part is he stood there, proud, as if he had just said something remotely good.

I don’t even know what in the hell that diss is supposed to mean. Well, outside of it being yet another sign that as far as bars go, Meek ain’t gonna win a single round. The same goes if we’re going by wit. Now, Meek has invoked Caitlyn Jenner in some sort of diss that doesn’t even make any sense. Don’t make Cait call Kanye to call someone else to get a response on deck (not Tyga, though).

Nicki Minaj may love this man, but the people in Meek Mill’s life are not telling him the truth: he needs to let go and let 6 God finish his victory lap.

That said, a lot of those claiming Meek Mill’s career is “over” are being far too doom and gloom. He’s successful, but marginally so. If anything, he’ll be remembered as the guy who started a beef with Drake on Twitter and ultimately got clowned by the majority of the Internet — by people who weren’t going to buy his albums anyway. He won’t end up like Silkk The Shocker.

Still, he needs to be on cleanup duty as opposed to dragging what’s left of his reputation on death row.

Since it’s becoming painfully clear that Meek won’t be able to topple Drake on wax, I suggest he pretend to have a serious case of dementia if the subject comes up again in interview. Like, no one is going to push someone who may or may not be suffering from something serious. So, Meek should get a doctor’s note that excuses him from ever talking about Aubrey Graham and anyone who has allegedly penned Aubrey Graham’s lyrics.

After that, he should go and record another album. People seem to like his most recent album. It debuted at number one. Slow handclap for that. Yeah, go try doing that again. Make people forget the last month of your life, Meek. If I were you, I’d want everyone to forget about it, too.

He should also refrain from inserting Nicki Minaj into his beef with her coworker. There’s a reason why people are asking Nicki to dump him. Keep your bad decisions to yourself, man.

Okay, I’m done playing Iyanla. Please give it up already, Meek. This ain’t gon’ work out for you. The sooner you accept that, the better off all of us will be.