Freeway On Drake – Meek Mill Beef: Rap Is Competitive, It’s Not Over

(AllHipHop News) Yesterday (Feb. 1), Freeway spoke on the Hip-Hop beef between Drake and Meek Mill. While respect and brotherly love were extended  to Meek, the “Rock The Mic” MC also challenged his creativity. “I love Meek and that’s my man…He definitely could’ve went in and did more than what he did. Who knows, it’s not over yet,” this according to VladTV.

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“Hip-Hop is competitive. You know, I feel like I’m better than everybody. So, I’m pretty sure that every other artist feels the same way. If you don’t it’s something wrong with you,” offered the lyrically adept wordsmith. When discussing Drake’s  inflammatory diss-track, “Back to Back,” he added, “it made a big impact, but it was light.”

After recalling his own personal beefs that required him to remained “strapped up,” the Philly Freezer mentioned, “I’m happy that it’s staying on wax and it’s not violence  [associated with the Drake and Meek Mill beef].”  As the discussion further delved into  beef and reconciliations, Freeway  would mention the relationship between Jay Z and Beanie Sigel, and Lil Wayne and Baby.