On Drake’s vicious Meek Mill diss track “Back to Back,” the 28-year-old Canadian emcee rapped,
“I waited four days, nigga, where y’all at?
I drove here in the Wraith playin’ AR-Ab. I’m not sure what it was that really made y’all mad, but I guess this is what I gotta do to make y’all rap.”
now that AR-Ab is involved and threatening to unleash “shooters” on Meek, things are getting a bit scary.
“Damn dog, like I ain’t have nothin’ to do with this shit, Meek!” raps AR-Ab.
“But you gonna go onstage out in Camden and say fuck me? Hey Meek, if it’s ‘fuck me’ it’s fuck you, nigga! Let’s play.”
“Why you diss me? Need to diss Drake,”
“That nigga killed you first, 48. Oh, I guess you tough ‘cause you not him.
You lyin’ to the world like you not scared. You rappin’ ‘bout a life that is not yours. Went to jail for a gun that is not yours.”
AR-Ab (real name: Abdul West) is an underground rapper from Meek Mill’s hometown of Philadelphia who’s been beefing with Meek for a minute, and is rumored to be signing with Drake’s OVO label.
Following the release of “Back to Back,” AR-Ab tweeted the following in support of Drizzy:
AR-Ab has a pretty dicey history. He was wanted by police for a 2005 Philly shooting that left one man dead and two injured (later found not guilty), and in 2011, survived 10 gunshot wounds.
Two years later, he served 18 months in prison on charges related to crack cocaine.