South Africa’s sports minister joins Drake-Meek Mill feud

Fikile
Fikile

As a sports minister, one of you duties will be to oversee the body in charge of combat sports in your country. Right? But does that extend to ‘verbal combat’ in rap arena music, especially when the combatants are way out of your jurisdiction?South African sports and recreation minister, Mbalula Fikile, has joined the issues with American rapper, Robert Rahmeek Williams also known as Meek Mill, who is currently engaged in a feud with another rapper, Drake.

Fikile believes that Meek Mill song ‘Wanna Know’, in which he dissed Drake was weak and could be considered an ‘own goal’ . He went further to call the rapper ‘Mealie Mill’.

Fikile is not the first public figure who has gone up against Meek Mill for insulting Drake. Recently, Toronto city mayor said Meek Mill would not be welcomed in the city.

Aye American @MeekMill. Didn’t say don’t come. Just puzzled why you’d diss a Canadian hero a week before coming to his city.

— Norm Kelly (@norm) July 22, 2015

You’re no longer welcome in Toronto,@MeekMill.

— Norm Kelly (@norm) July 22, 2015

I officially declare you Mealie Meal not Meek Mill, adopt that as your new name @MeekMill

— RSA Min of Sport (@MbalulaFikile) July 31, 2015

#IWannaKnow why your diss to drake disses you rather, why such an own goal ?@MeekMill

— RSA Min of Sport (@MbalulaFikile) July 31, 2015

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