Meek Mill Songs Are Banned from Toronto Raptors Locker Room

Vanessa de BeaumontContributor IJanuary 15, 2016

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The Drake/Meek Mill beef continues?

After famously exchanging a multitude of diss tracks, it's no secret that the pair share no love, but, unfortunately for Meek Mill, that lack of affection has also transferred to the Toronto Raptors, who have chosen to align themselves with Drizzy: team ambassador and hometown rapper.

According to Corey Pellatt of Complex UK, Raptors forward Patrick Patterson revealed the state of sound in the squad's locker room:

What’s music like in your locker room on game day?
PP: Oh it’s nothing but hip-hop so Young Thug, Drake, Rick Ross, Weezy, Rich Homie Quan…

Have you had to put a ban on Meek Mill?
PP: Oh yeah, Meek Mill has been banned for a long time. No one plays Meek Mill.

Whether the Raptors want to play Meek Mill is a separate issue entirely, but for now, Drake can rest assured that Canada continues to have his best interest at heart. 

[Complex, h/t Hip Hop Early]