From Victim to Bully 

About a week or so ago, Philidelphia rapper Meek Mill heard allegations that Toronto embassador Drake had a “ghostwriter” for his R.I.C.O. feature on Meeks recently released album.

 But, did the beef really start here. I believe this beef has a hidden backstory. What did Meek really find out? Was it the fact that, 

  1. Drake and Nicki Minaj (Meeks girlfriend) were more than just Cash Money label mates?    
  2. Drake sneaked dissed Meek on his own track and didn’t notice the lyrics until the album had already released?  It’s been well documented how Drake loves him some Nicki  

Lest stop and think about them for a second. Drake use to profess his love for nicki in his records, even suggesting getting married on his debuted album Thank Me Later. He says “I love Nicki Minaj I told her I’d admit it,I hope one day we get married just to say we fucking did it. And girl I’m fucking serious I’m with it if you with it.’Cause your verses turn me on and your pants are mighty fitted. (Miss me)” 

Minaj breaks up with longtime boyfriend SB and jumps to Meek, deading  the longtime love affair rumors with Drake.  

Jumping back into the beef. After finding out that Drake has a ghostwriter, Meek continues to rant using 140 characters or less.


The Twitter rants came about due to the fact that Drake didn’t show support  by not tweeting Meeks album  (Dreams Worth More Than Money) which topped billboards top 200 at #1 and he clearly felt some type of way. He decided to out him by exposing his ghostwriter to the world of hip-hop.

Drake is the hottest rapper in the game going on 2yrs now. First he drops 0 To 100/The Catch Up hike following that up with a surprise mixtap/album in February 2015 (If Youre Reading This It’s Too Late) “which took off like a rocket” shooting to #1 which in a domino affect, led to countless features, radio spins and more end$.

Once Meek started discrediting the Canadian MC’s skills as a writer, the pressure was on. Fans waited patiently for the 6god to respond. We all knew that Drake was to big for a response about the accusations “diss me, you’ll never hear a reply for it” (So far gone-Successful) Then Sunday came, and this happened!


 In which Meek responded with this tweet after hearing the diss.

With a slight jab as well:


Drake went back on his words and responded with a lite jab. The fans got hype. We could sense the beef was just starting to cook. We waited patiently for Meeks diss to be put on wax. We knew he was coming with bars.  But he pumped faked and didn’t respond. 4 days go by and we get a response, finally! But it wasn’t from Meek it was from Drake.

While everybody was still asleep, Drake dropped the sound loud link for his 2nd diss towards Meek called “Back 2 Back.”

The track left fans with tons of questions:

  1. Who is the guy on the over?
  2. Why did he use it?
  3. What’s the meaning behind it?

The cover art is fro the 1993 World Series when RF Joe Carter with 2 outs, 2 strikes and 2 men on base hit one of the biggest home runs in MLB history, defeating the Philadelphia Phillies (their 2nd title in a row) in walk-off fashion. Drake being a student of the game, tells the world that Charged up and Back 2 Back should be celebrated like a repeat as well by basically ending Meek Mills career.
After feeling the heat from TV host, Radio personalities and hip-hop fans across the globe, Meek responded with this trash diss called “wanna know.” You can tell he was

  1. Outmatched.
  2. A dollar short.
  3. And a day late.

It wasn’t even 5mins and social was already clowning the track. 


    After the fans were tremendously let down, we in the hip-hop world crowned @champagnepapi the champion. 

    Meek took time from his tour to do this interview:   

    UPDATE 08/05/15

     Drake had is annual ovo fest where did his best to end Meeks career. His hometown show was packed with disses ranging from the free Meek Mill tee he was wearing during rehearsals as well as becoming the first MC to use a slideshow full of memes to basically end their opponents career during a live concert. 

    Even Philadelphia megastar Will Smith  was in attendance.  

    Drake you already won the battle. At this point he is turning into the beast Brock Lesnar. Should Drake move on or continue to shame Meeks career? Is Drake becoming the Bully of matter?

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    Big Brother

    The government has been keeping an eye on society for decades. People from many generations have been recorded and documented ranging from men and women in power like Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, to terrorist like Saddam Hussein, Osama Bin Laden, Muammar Gaddafi to entertainers like Tupac, Notorious B.I.G to your everyday citizen like me and you. No I’m not comparing hip hop legends to terrorist and African American leaders, I’m just stating the fact that everyone is watched. One of the ways the government keeps track of people in society today is by PRISM.

    What is PRISM you ask? According to the reading, the term “is a tool used by the US National Security Agency (NSA) to collect private electronic data belonging to users of major internet services like Gmail, Facebook, Outlook, and others. It’s the latest evolution of the US government’s post-9/11 electronic surveillance efforts, which began under President Bush with the Patriot Act, and expanded to include the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) enacted in 2006 and 2007.” (T.C. Sottek and Joshua Kopstein) this idea allows the NSA (National Security Agency) to retrieve information from major email/ social media companies Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, Apple and Gmail to name a few.

    I just found out the other day that Google has a tracker that can show where you’ve been in the last 30 days. The device is called (Location history.) The tracker design can be found under maps on Googles main page. How is this possible? We have tracking devices in our cell phones which is planted and programmed by our service provider which is provided by our every move. We also have a device called (on star which is located in our vehicles) that’s used by the government to watch your location. When you think about it, surveillance by the government is dangerous and suffocating. But let me explain why this is a good/bad thing. Imagine taking your family on a road trip and you catch a flat tire in the middle of nowhere. With on star services, you are one click away from being found, helped and protected.  You’ve been happily married for a few years but you are starting to have your doubts about your significant other. You can pull up their information by using Gmail’s tracking system which goes in to great detail. I know a girl that hacked into her boyfriend’s phone from her personal computer. She suspected him of cheating. She called his phone numerous times and he wouldn’t answer. At one point, he turned his phone off. Because he had a Gmail account, she was able to power his phone back on. He was so scared; he had no choice but to answer.

    There is a whole lot wrong with big brother always watching. Don’t get me wrong, people have been getting spied on for decades.Is it really for our safety? I don’t think so! Just last week, the (NSA) was able to track down an Ohio man who was eying the white house. They were able to see in great detail his plan to buy ammunition and heavy artillery. They even went so far to track the owner of the gun shop the criminal was going to buy his weapons from. As soon as he walked in the door he was arrested. This was all made possible by (PRISM). My views on this matter are for/against government surveillance to an extent. But what about those motion censored cameras that follow you around at the liquor store? Racially profiled! False accusations! I can go on and on about this topic. I understand we all grew up differently, in different societies ect.. We all have different experiences.What do you think?  Can it be a little over bearing at times?  Would you feel safe without big brother watching your every move?

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    Introduction: B. CARR

    Hello cyber space. I go by B.Carr. My friends call me B or BC but my parents named me Brandon. I am an up & coming sports reporter and actor (Batman v Superman 2016) from the beautiful city of Detroit. This is my last semester here at the University Of Michigan In which my major is communications and my minor is screen studies. I wanted to be a news reporter, but after working at WDIV local 4 in 2013, I’ve decided to become a sports guy. Going out covering nothing but bad news does something to you. Well at least it did to me. I couldn’t stand sticking a microphone in people’s faces as they struggled to tell their stories. I would see horror and or stupidity daily. I now work here at CVN news, covering sports in Ann Arbor and Dearborn.
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