Drake Fans Ask For Donations To #SaveMeekMill With New Website


(AllHipHop News) Meek Mill’s attempt to counter Drake’s back-to-back diss tracks with “Wanna Know” has not created the impact the MMG rapper was probably hoping for. Many social media users have expressed their negative reaction to the Jahlil Beats/Swizz Beatz produced cut.

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The Save Meek Mill Guardians (S-MMG), members of #TeamDrizzy and the #DrakeHive, have taken their disappointment in Meek to another level. A new website has been established to collect money in order to “drive Meek Mill into the right direction and to save his brand before it’s too late.”

According to the site, the donations will go to provide learning materials for Philadelphia area youth. AllHipHop.com cannot confirm funds collected from the web page will actually be given to the School District of Philadelphia.

Read a description about the #SaveMeekMill campaign below.

In late July 2015, it became apparent that Meek Mill was not the rapper we thought he was. Meek Mill dissed Drake after he appeared on his Dreams Worth More Than Money album cut “R.I.C.O.” saying Drake didn’t write his verse. He also gave Funkmaster Flex a reference version of the song featuring OVO affiliate, Quentin Miller. After a series of tweets dissing Drake, Drake responded with a diss song titled “Charged Up.” After 4 days of waiting for Meek Mill to respond and a failed promise to do so on Hot 97, the Philadelphia rapper copped pleas live on stage and didn’t deliver. Instead Drake delivered “Back To Back” and made a joke out of Meek Mill’s whole rap existence once again.

Meek Mill is in danger and soon there will be no Meek Mill to save. This is your time to make a change. Share SaveMeekMill.com with a friend, donate today and charge up the youth and at the same time Save Meek Mill.

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