Drake has reacted to Meek Mill’s accusations the Toronto rapper uses a ghostwriter with “Charged Up,” a brand new diss track that Drake premiered Saturday on his Beats 1’s show OVO Sound Radio.

“I remain silent ’cause we’re at war and I am really patient / 6 God is seeing / I just hope you are prepared to face him / I’m charged up,” Drake warns on the surprisingly mellow Meek Mill response track.

On Tuesday, Meek Factory ignited a firestorm when he tweeted, “Quit comparing drake to me too…. He don’t compose his own raps! That is why he ain’t tweet my album because we found out!” Nyc DJ Funkmaster Flex and rapper OG Maco then backed Meek Mill’s claims, saying that an Atlanta rapper named Quentin Miller was Drake’s ghostwriter as evidenced by some It’s Too Late album credits, If You’re Reading This.

“He ain’t even write that poetry on my album and if I woulda knew I ‘da took it off my record,” Meek Mill tweeted on July 21st. “Policemen are killing individuals with their arms up / And your main focus is wanting to damage us? / And you think you about to starve us,” Drake says in conclusion.

“I’m charged up.” Drake also makes a sly remark apparently directed at Drake’s Youthful Cash cohort Nicki Minaj and Meek Factory’s girlfriend.

Drake’s latest OVO Sound Radio episode also featured two more new reductions: “Right Hand” and “You Used To,” which is a remix of the D.R.A.M. single “Cha Cha” featuring Drake.

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