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DJ Drama's Ex-Wife Summer P. Walker Spills on More Meek Mill, Drake Beef



The Meek Mill/Drake beef is trench warfare for the rap game. It goes on forever, and there never seems to be a clear winner (though Drake certainly seems better poised). In this way, it is similar to the marital issues of the aptly-named DJ Drama and his ex-wife, Summer P. Walker. Ms. Walker decided to drop a bomb on the rap community with her revelation that her ex-husband provided Drake's reference beats to Meek Mill over the summer, according to HotNewHipHop.

The altercation between Walker and Drama was initiated over an allegedly missed alimony payment. Since deleted, the Twitter drama unfolded as follows:

Or how you told me that you gave Meek Drake's reference tracks to make him feel better about Quinten not wanting to work with him? @djdrama


Smh kept saying you love Drake as you told me your side but you don't shit on one friend to make another friend feel better


It's due on 1st. Also I'm guessing you don't want to talk about going to counseling to get back together? @djdrama I can show that email too


The 1st was a Sunday. Your alimoney will be paid tomorrow. @summerwalker . Cool?

- DJ DRAMA (@DJDRAMA) November 2, 2015

Evidently Drama was a day late on his required alimony, which prompted the ire of the social media-savvy Summer. As International Business Times reported, when Drake's "10 Bands" reference tracks were leaked earlier this year, he said, "I need, sometimes, individuals to spark an idea so that I can take off running. I don't mind that. And those recordings, they are what they are. And you can use your own judgment on what they mean to you." International Business Times also reports that Mill is preparing a diss track aimed at Drake in collaboration with Sauce Walka

Though few need reminding at this point, the feud heated up when Meek Mill accused the popular Toronto rapper of employing ghostwriters on his songs and claiming credit for the verses of other artists. This inspired Drake to release the well-received diss tracks "Charged Up" and "Back to Back," and a response from Milly entitled "Wanna Know." However, the beef didn't end there. On his mixtape collaboration with Future, Drake took plenty of shots at the Philadelphia born rapper and boyfriend of Nicki Minaj. In response to Meek Mill's criticism, Drake said, "Don't worry about it; he's already dead!" likely referring to the prospects of the rapper's career. 

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