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Nicki Minaj Supports Meek Mill Despite Drake Feud; NYE Joint Concert ALL SET!

Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill look like they have a lot on their plates these days.

The feud between Nicki's main squeeze and Canadian rapper Drake is getting more intense as Meek recently dropped a diss track for Drake.
Nicki Minaj Supports Meek Mill Despite Drake Feud; NYE Joint Concert ALL SET.
"On Tuesday, Walka posted the track with a video on his Instagram account that showed an artwork with a Streets vs. Geeks scoreboard," IBT noted. "In the video, the score in the Streets column is seen rising to 102, while the one on Geeks is at 3. Under the "Geeks" side is an image of the wise owl licking a lollipop."

"The owl image is the only reference to Drake as it is a symbol of the "Back to Back" rapper's OVO brand."

The feud between Meek Mill and Drake started in July when the former refused to be compared to Drake in a Twitter tirade. The rapper claimed that he's not on the same level as the "Hotline Bling" singer as he writes his own songs.

Drake's "Charged Up" and "Back to Back," were reportedly written to fire back against Meek Mill's low blow.

Meanwhile, Nicki and Meek Mill are planning to take their relationship to the next level by having a joint concert on New Year's at The Cromwell in Drai's Nightclub at Las Vegas.

The concert announcement published in Anti Music reads: "Minaj and Philly rapper will share the stage for an epic one-night-only performance. The event will take place on a rooftop venue complete with music, fireworks, views of the iconic Las Vegas Strip and a lot of champagne. Tickets cost $150, but thw price is subject to change. They are on sale now here."

Stay tuned for more Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill updates here!
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