UPDATE: Meek Mill - Wanna Know (DRAKE DISS) and Drake's Response

Meek’s response, which Drake finds to be amusing.

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When Drake dropped “Charged Up,” the internet was at the edge of its seat anxiously awaiting Meek Mill’s response. Instead of sitting back like the rest of us, Drake went on the offensive releasing “Back to Back,” and social media announced the death of the Philly rapper with meme after meme. The wait is over however, with Meek dropping “Wanna Know” produced by Jahlil Beats & Swizz Beatz (likely a throwaway instrumental from his recent album release). Accompanied by an Instagram post that reads “Meek Mill vs Ghost Writers” and with soundbites from Quentin Miller — Drake’s alleged ghostwriter — as well as P. Diddy, someone who recently beefed with the Toronto rapper, this track lacks the low blows Drake delivered, however the response does end with a cliffhanger. Will there be more from Meek Mill?

UPDATE: Drake took to Instagram to express his amusement with Meek’s response.

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