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July 26, 2015

Drake releases diss track responding to Meek Mill accusation

Philly rapper says he can tell Canadian rapper wrote it

Drake has fired back at Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill's accusation that he doesn't write his own raps with a new track.

The song, entitled "Charged Up," has two lines in the chorus that do everything but directly address Meek Mill's claim that Drizzy doesn't actually pen the words to his songs.

EARLIER STORY: Meek Mill accuses Drake of not writing his own raps

On Wednesday, Meek tweeted that he didn't like being compared to the Toronto-born rapper for that reason. The original tweet has more than 100,000 retweets. 

"Charged Up," released Saturday, takes a passive-aggressive approach to the allegation:
Wow, I'm honored that you think this is staged.
I'm flattered. In fact, I'm amazed. 

Listen to the full song here (Disclaimer: Video may contain potentially offensive language):

It didn't take long for Meek to acknowledge Drake's response. Shortly after the song was released, he posted a tweet saying he knew the track actually came from Drake. 

The feud between the two rappers started when Drake didn't promote Meek's song "R.I.C.O," which he is featured prominently on. The track was on his latest album, "Dreams Worth More Than Money," which shot to the top of the U.S. Billboard 200 album earlier in July.