Not just Black Twitter: Brand names drag Meek Mill on social media for 'Wanna Know'
They say there’s no such thing as “bad publicity,” and this week, Meek Mill is about to test that theory.
The overwhelming backlash against Nicki Minaj’s beau, after his ill-received diss track against Drake titled Wanna Know hit the internet, is gaining momentum.
In a day when people don’t seem to agree on much, it appears that politicians, pro athletes, household brands and even Rosetta Stone are all united in their quest to take shots at the Philly-based rapper. Even those who aren’t necessarily a fan of Drake are crowning him the winner in this dubious “beef.”
Below is just a sample of Meek getting dragged, h/t to HipHopWired:
Stay fed, Philly.
— Helper (@helper) July 31, 2015
— Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) July 31, 2015
— Rosetta Stone (@rosettastone) July 31, 2015
— NU Employer Engagement & Career Design (@CareerCoachNU) July 31, 2015
Man….he really took that L lol
— Harrison Barnes (@hbarnes) July 31, 2015
Meek Mill take it from us- if you gonna serve beef serve it high quality
— Whataburger® (@Whataburger) July 31, 2015
— Burger King (@BurgerKing) July 29, 2015
Meek diss is TRASH!!! ?? if Drake make another diss track, Meek won't ever be relevant in this "beef" again…
— Le'Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) July 31, 2015