Meek Mill & Sauce Twinz Take Aim At Phonies On 'Winnin''

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Meek Mill performs at DTE Energy Center during The Pinkprint Tour on July 31, 2015 in Clarkston, Michigan. 

The Sauce Twinz and Meek Mill have two things in common: the will to win and beef with Drake

The Houston rappers and the Philly MC connect for their anti-loser anthem, “Winnin,’” throwing jabs at phonies by spitting on the hook, “These n---as fake and we realer.”

Meek Mill vs. Drake: A Full Timeline of the Rap Beef & Who Weighed In

Earlier this summer, Meek Mill called out Drake for allegedly tapping ghostwriters for his "R.I.C.O." verse, which produced two fiery responses from Drizzy in the form of “Charged Up” and “Back To Back.” Sauce Walka -- one half of the Sauce Twinz -- also had grievances with Drake after the 6 God allegedly promised to collaborate with them on their popular track “2 Legited 2 Quited.” Walka even released the song "Wack 2 Wack." 

While neither party uses Drake’s name verbatim on the track, they have no issues spazzing on the JRag2x-produced track. Expect more heated bars from Meek's upcoming 'tape Dreamchasers 4 and the Twinz' project DLTSFU.


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