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Meek Mill Says Drake Doesn't 'Write His Own Raps' On Twitter

Twitter was ablaze with musician feuds on Tuesday night. As if the Nicki Minaj-Taylor Swift quarrel and Bruno Mars' fake Twitter debate with Ed Sheeran wasn't enough, rapper Meek Mill got into it with Drake.

The Philadelphia rapper unleashed a series of tweets about Drake on Tuesday night, telling his 4.6 million followers to not compare him to the Canadian rapper. Meek claimed that Drake doesn't "write his own raps," including Drake's verse on Meek's recent song, "R.I.C.O.," off his  "Dreams Worth More Than Money" album. Apparently, Drake didn't promote the collaboration or Meek's album on Twitter, and that's what seems to have ignited the Twitter rant.

Rick Ross even hopped on to the Twitter beef. The rapper reportedly tweeted, "Drake >>>>>>Meek," but the tweet was soon deleted.

Drake has yet to respond to Meek's claims on Twitter, but don't worry, Chrissy Teigen has her eye on the "Energy" rapper. She shared her hilarious reaction to the fueds, tweeting a photo of her turning her mobile notifications on for Drake's Twitter account.

Teigen also urged her husband, John Legend, to avoid the same fate as Drake if he's ever featured on a Meek Mill album.

Then a fan reminded Teigen that Legend has, indeed, been on a Meek album.

Until the next Twitter fight!

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