Drake’s New Rolls-Royce Wraith Could Spark a New Feud with Meek Mill

You may have missed the flashy, tabloid news lately, but we haven’t. Not that we care, but we’ve said it before, some of our aftermarket news feeds somehow interfere with the world of fame quite often. For instance, there’s this tuning shop in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada we follow now and then. They have recently wrapped this Rolls-Royce Wraith that turned out to be Drake’s new ride.
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Since we used the title in the first place, we figured we may as well explain it. Aubrey Drake Graham on his real name is a Canadian rapper who rose to prominence back in 2009 when he signed to Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment. Fame followed quite rapidly; one thing led to the other, and he ended doing a couple of gigs with Nicki Minaj. This kind lady you probably remember from that clip with anacondas, big behinds and a jungle.

Regardless, what we're here to say is that Drake has this feud ongoing with Meek Mill, which is currently the Anaconda singer’s boyfriend. By the way, that video we mentioned has over 500 million views at the moment of writing this. Now, about that little thing the boys are having, it’s related to Drake’s lyrics. Mill said he was not the one writing them.

Later in July, Drake premiered a track, titled “Charged Up” that is widely seen as a response to his fellow singer. And the game goes back and forth that way with both the rappers teasing each other with new songs and so on. At some point, it was rumored that Drake was having a relationship with Minaj. Therefore, we figured he may use the new car to come back at Mill again.

Whatever these celebrities decide to do, we felt the need to share what we just discovered with you guys. There’s this black-out Rolls-Royce Wraith that recently received a wrap and the boys who took care of it claim it belongs to Drake. Should the artist’s fans expect a new video coming out soon with the car in it?
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