Finally it has arrived. The much awaited response from Meek Mill after his memorable Twitter rant where he called "Back to Back" rapper Drake out for one of the cardinal sins within hop-hop: not writing your own lyrics. Late Thursday evening (July 30) on Hot97's DJ Funkmaster Flex Show, Mill unleashed a four-minute diss track "Wanna Know" featuring Quentin Miller, Drake's alleged ghostwriter.

The cover art depicts Drake resembling members of the infamous group Milli Vanilli at the Grammys holding up their accolades back in 1990. After a later awards show performance, Milli Vanilli was outed for lip-synching their hits and the duo was pretty much exiled from the music world.

Mill goes for Drake's throat rapping, "I just wanna know / if you ain't really write that running through the six sh*t/ Tell us who the f*ck Quentin was running through the six with," he spits.

Mill pressed on in disbelief referring to Drake 's "Know Yourself" reference track with Quentin Miller reciting his bars. Right on cue, a snippet of the song interjects on the track for listeners. He continues his interrogation calling him out as an imposter and fraud.

"The All Eyes On You" rapper even brought up Drake's physical altercation with Bad Boy Entertainment CEO Sean Combs in Miami last summer saying, "Puffy almost caught a domestic when he smacked that b*tch".

He even spits a couple of bars aiming at girlfriend Nicki Minaj's ex boyfriend, Safaree Samuels who took a couple of shots at the couple in his new diss track "Lifeline", released earlier this week.

Alas, fans have what they have impatiently waiting been waiting for. Nine days, two diss tracks, and a GoFund Me account later we finally get to hear Mill's response to the allegations he made.

One has to ask the question upon listening to the track, was it really worth the wait?

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