Meek Mill Slips Drake Diss Into Clean Version of “1942 Flows”

blame it on Shake July 24, 2017

Well, this is… odd.

Last week, Meek Mill released his third album, Wins And Losses. And those able to move passed his past issues with Drake, were treated to a solid LP from the Philly native.

During his recent promo run, Meek made it a point to say he’s grown up since the beef (and breakup with Nicki Minaj), citing immaturity and “too many drugs” as the driving culprit for the severity of the situation. While watching, you’d think he was ready to officially move on, right?


In one of the strangest moves in recent memory, Meek decided to include a few extra bars on the clean version of the standout track, “1942 Flows.” And those extra rhymes? They have Drake written all over them — responding to Drake’s latest jab on “Lose You” from his More Life playlist and playing on his alleged jack move of the sound of XXL Freshman, XXXTentacion.

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The true reason why only the clean version includes the extra bars remains a mystery. Maybe with his newfound matureness, Meek decided to axe the lyrics in general, but someone missed the memo when submitting the edited version? Who knows.

Peace to XXL on the discovery. Although, I have no idea why y’all were actually listening to an edited Meek album.