I mean it was a hot-ass song, but a GRAMMY nomination for a diss record?
That’s right folks, Aubrey Graham — aka The Six God — aka Toronto’s Very Own, got a Grammy nomination for his Meek Mell diss record, ‘Back To Back.’
As is the case with everything that goes on in life, twitter reacted as only it could.
Meek Mill dissed Drake….and ended up getting him nommed for a Grammy….Thank your haters today.
— Fran Fine (@MAKINGGROCERlES) December 7, 2015
Drake's "Back to Back" officially has more Grammy nominations than Meek Mill has in his career pic.twitter.com/1FBTPeWpGn
— #Juice♏️ (@mmckoy) December 7, 2015
if drake wins a grammy for back to back meek mill should be forced into exile tbh
— L.A.S (@SartoriallyInc) December 7, 2015
DRAKE GOT A GRAMMY NOM OFF A DISS RECORD AND ALL MEEK MILL GOT WAS A SUIT TO WEAR TO NICKI'S BROTHER'S ARRAIGNMENT pic.twitter.com/6RiBH5cgjc
— Focus On Me Bitch (@sameogrande) December 7, 2015
Meek dumbass move got Drake a nomination pic.twitter.com/vYCWoC5V1v
— CAt-Daddy (@MoNStER_BaRbi3) December 7, 2015
If drake wins a grammy, and tweets thank you to meek mill, i might break my phone from laughing.
— Reek (@Eyeduzdis) December 7, 2015
Lmao you know your career is dead if a track that dissed you is nominated for a Grammy @MeekMill
— Tim (@timr612) December 7, 2015
I can't lie…Meek mill must be spinning in his grave. The fact Back To Back has been nominated for a Grammy…the insult is very much.
— Absent. (@MrMeeds) December 7, 2015
Drake's "Back To Back" is the first ever Grammy-nominated diss song pic.twitter.com/V4VNV0CJ59
— Drake (@TheDrakeLife) December 7, 2015
Drake's "Back To Back" is the first ever Grammy-nominated diss track pic.twitter.com/Goo8pKMIpt
— Rap-Hub (@RapHubUS) December 7, 2015
Drake's 'Back to Back' is nominated for a Grammy pic.twitter.com/RZZUIf20Rs
— J (@Jessthebloggerr) December 7, 2015
— Greg Davis Jr. ♛ (@Klarity) December 7, 2015
— UndrGrndTrap (@undrgrndtrap) December 7, 2015
If Drake wins a Grammy for the Meek Mill diss 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/nOEhTOY4Ig
— Funny Tweets (@FunnyThingsUK) December 7, 2015
Tupac’s “Hit Em Up, Nas’ “Ether,” or Jay Z’s “Takeover” were never recognized for the award.