Drake Uses Blue Jays' 1993 World Series Win as Cover Art for Meek Mill Diss

Drew Corrigan@@dcorrigan50Featured ColumnistJuly 29, 2015

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While you were sleeping, Drake dropped another diss track directed at Meek Mill. If you didn't know, the Toronto rapper is entangled in a beef with Mill, who's from Philadelphia.

For the cover art of the diss, which is titled "Back to Back," Drake used a picture from the Toronto Blue Jays' 1993 World Series win over the Philadelphia Phillies, indicating his victory over Mill.

Specifically, the cover art shows Joe Carter celebrating his walk-off home run, which gave Toronto the victory over Philadelphia. The 1993 World Series win was the Blue Jays' second in a row, hence the title of the track. 

(Warning: Contains NSFW language.)

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Carter was honored to be a part of the cover art:

At this point, we can't argue with Drake. He's trolling Meek on the Internet and trying (successfully) to end his career with back-to-back diss tracks. 

Checkmate. 

[Soundcloud]

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