Over the weekend, rapper Drake released a diss track targeted at Philly's own Meek Mill thanks to his recent assertion that the Canadian emcee "don't write his own raps." And, in Meek's words, that song is 'baby lotion soft.'
Mill addressed Drake's diss track at the Brooklyn Barclay Center on Sunday, which was a stop on girlfriend Nicky Minaj's ongoing Pinkprint tour. Perhaps not surprisingly, he was decidedly unimpressed:
"I was doing my album and I asked him to give me a verse for my album," Mill told the crowd. "But he gave me a verse that he didn't write that another [person] wrote. I heard that s--t, that s--t was very soft. Baby lotion soft."
Mill last week accused Drake of not writing his own verses, specifically on "R.I.C.O.," which appears on Mills' Dreams Worth More Than Money. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 this month.
But even if Drake didn't write his own raps for "R.I.C.O.," or just doesn't write his own raps generally speaking, one thing appears to be clear to Mill about the "Charged Up" situation: