Drake and meek mill’s beef is starting to cause other rappers to feud

There’s now collateral damage in the war of words between Drake and Meek Mill, sparked late last month by the Philadelphia native’s accusations that Drizzy uses a ghostwriter.

Though it’s been over a week since either released a full dis directed at the other, peripherally-involved players are now getting involved and taking shots at one another.

On Friday, AR-Ab, a Philly rapper whom Drake name-dropped in “Back To Back Freestyle,” dropped his own Meek dis over the beat. “Why you dis me? Need to dis Drake/ That n–a killed you, ’First 48,’” he raps at one point, later adding, “I don’t understand what the hate be/ Drake ate you, now you hate me?”

The dis he’s mentioning to came last week, when Meek was onstage during a stop on The Pinkprint Tour and kicked an a capella at Drake’s expense — which also seemed to reference Ab with the line, “And shout out to the n—as that showed me they not with me.”

That line itself was likely a reference to an interview Ab gave in the wake of the beef and his name being brought in by Drake.

“After I heard [Meek’s response], I’m thinking ‘This can’t be it,’” the rapper told VladTV recently. “Meek come from Philly streets. I’m thinking there was gonna be some more sh-t than that. So, we all was just waiting like ‘Nah, this ain’t the end of it. That’s just the beginning of it.’ And then come to find out, that was the end of it.”

In response to Ab’s track, Omelly, who is part of Meek’s Dreamchasers crew, dropped his own “Back To Back Freestyle” flip on Sunday.

“I ain’t with the back-and-forth, rappin’ or this dissin’ sh-t/ You was just on my d–k, parking lot, takin’ pics,” he rhymes, making a lyrical nod to the YouTube cover art for the track, which appears to feature a screenshot of a text between Omelly and Ab where Ab sent a picture the two and others had taken.

These two aren’t the only Philly dwellers grabbing attention in the wake of the feud. The city’s NFL team, the Philadelphia Eagles, played “Back to Back Freestyle” at practice over the weekend.

That came just a couple days after video surfaced of them bumping Aubrey’s “Energy” at a different practice. The clips have created some surprise on social media that the team is willing to play Drake’s music.

Whether or not Drake and Meek say anything to one another again, it doesn’t look like people will stop talking about this anytime soon.