The “Pump it Up” rapper shared an article claiming that Mill shared lyrics from his diss towards Budden. But Budden isn’t scared. “God is good,” he wrote next to the link of the article.
But Mill is stopping all the rumors now. “Nobody ain’t Tryna come at that Shermhead/crackhead Joebuddens this n—- got the blogs to say I’m about to diss him we running down on n—– off the internet … He’s infatuated with rappers lives n—- a podcaster now,” read a comment by Mill on Instagram.
Mill has a number of reasons to go after Budden. Not only did he tweet “F— Meek” last week, he also recently called Nicki Minaj stupid for staying with Mill in his podcast, I’ll Name This Podcast Later. But with Mill’s denial of starting a beef, Budden is falling back.
“Don’t worry, I was done being reactionary months ago, I’ll initiate, u take your time, diss bars clearly aren’t your thing…I apologized once, now repent. Grab a pad quick n—-, it’s coming,” he said.“Don’t speak my name to a fan… Say it to me n—-. Stand behind your ability to rap.”
The news is pretty ironic considering Budden and Drake may be going head-to-head soon. Drizzy was in a tizzy after Budden called his latest album, Views, “uninspired.” It seemed that the Toronto rhymer sent a rebuttal in a track, “4PM in Calabasas” where his guest verse starts off with “pump, pump, pump it up.”
Meek Mill and Drake had their infamous beef last year which ended in a win for Drake (and his Grammy-nominated track “Back to Back.”) It’s unlikely the two will band together to diss Budden but at least now they have a common enemy to follow the rule: “an enemy of my enemy is my friend.”