The feud between Philadelphia rappers Meek Mill and Gillie Da Kid over the title of “King Of Philly” has shown no signs of letting up with Meek Mill serving as the latest to throw shots in the quarrel between the two emcees.
The Maybach Music Group spitter appears alongside Dreamchaser member Omelly on “Panamera,” a record released yesterday (July 28). When Meek’s verse rolls around on the song, which likely stems from a handful of subliminal messages sent via Twitter, he doesn’t call out Gillie by name but does allude to the “King of Philly” title the rappers have feuded over.
On “Panamera,” Meek raps, “Ballin off in Miami I got two of them rings/I’m super rich ya’ll still trippin on who the king….So, you can diss in your raps but when I run into you/It's gon' be 'I didn't say that' or 'I don't want it with you.’”
Meek also goes on to comment on having “more money” and being “younger” than Gillie as he drops his verse on Omelly’s track.
Similar to “Panamera,” the Battman-produced “King Me” does not feature any direct lyrics aimed at Meek, but instead Gillie does allude to their feud as he spits, "I'm the king. You a pawn. You sucka niggas be alarmed/You pussy nigga. I'm the don. You rookie nigga. I'm LeBron."
The audio for Omelly and Meek Mill’s “Panamera” can be found below.