Meek Mill has many thinking that he finally claimed defeat in his highly publicized rap beef with Canadian rapper Drake.
Following the smackdown Drizzy laid on Meek a few weeks ago, Meek took his Drake diss track “Wanna Know” off of SoundCloud just a little over a week after dropping it.
However, according to Complex, it has nothing to do with losing to Drake and everything to do with his use of The Undertaker’s theme song.
The WWE previously warned Meek that they were “looking into the matter” of Meek using the sample after noting that they took usage of their intellectual property “very seriously.”
There was an alleged cease and desist letter sent out to Meek by way of the WWE over the song sample. The Philly emcee has yet to officially release a statement about the song being taken offline, but Meek did allegedly address his recent public beefs with Drake and some other Philly rappers.
In a lengthy Instagram post that was later deleted, Meek allegedly told his followers that “I’m not entertaining no rap/real beef over Drake [shouting out] a rapper,” referring to Drake’s line about Ar-Ab on his diss track, “Back To Back.” Meek also added, “Leave all that murder one s**t in the streets if you tryna get rich and make it out! All this killer s**t on social media is like walking ya self into prison and that ain’t my lifestyle and don’t really make sense to me.”
So is Meek ready to throw in the towel after becoming the new joke in hip hop?