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Meek Mill Removes 'Wanna Know' From SoundCloud, Says He's Done Beefing With Drake

Meek Mill Removes 'Wanna Know' From SoundCloud, Says He's Done Beefing With DrakeIt looks like the feud between Meek Mill and Drake is finally over. After weeks of getting embroiled in war of words, the Philly rapper unexpectedly removed his Drizzy diss track "Wanna Know" from his Dreamchasers Records SoundCloud page on Tuesday night, August 11. 

Furthermore, he reportedly took to Instagram to declare that he's done beefing with the Canadian MC. Meek's post was quickly deleted, but DJ Akademiks managed to get a screen capture of the lengthy message and shared it via his Twitter on Wednesday.

"I'm not entertaining no rap/real beef over drake s/o a rapper!" Meek allegedly wrote in the post. "I can't fall for the oldest trick in the book and I never shoulda entertained it bcuz it won't bring me no money or success. Ima take blame for it even tho 'I can stand' anything I do or say and n***az know."

He added, "I don't feel like I gotta try to prove myself to the people and end up in a real situation over this fake rap s**t! I'm just on some next level s**t wit it tryna touch some real paper...Leave all that murder one s**t in the streets."

However, Meek seemingly removed "Wanna Know" from SoundCloud not only because he didn't care about Drake anymore. Reports have emerged that the removal was done to avoid potential lawsuit from The Undertaker. Meek is said to have illegally featured the wrestler's theme music on his song.

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