Last night, Drake responded to Meek Mill's accusations with "Charged Up." Some thought it was weak, while the apologists thought it was merely a warning shot. Whichever side you're on, do know that Brandon Jennings is on Drake's side.
But he may be a tad biased:
Regardless, Meek Mill's manager Coon Philly caught wind of his support. Jennings didn't say anything anti-Meek in these tweets, but Coon Philly was very blunt about his distaste.
Jennings isn't real, but James Harden, John Wall and Lou Williams (who recorded a track with Meek Mill) are, according to Coon Philly. The guard wasn't too fazed, though.
Oof. Grammatical ether.
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