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Meek Mill Awkwardly Smiled His Way Through A Drake Question On Live TV

No sweat.

Meek Mill hasn't really done interviews since his feud with Drake erupted over the summer, which has left many questions worth asking.

Why didn't he release a second dis song? What made him wait so long to release the first? Why did he choose that moment to call out Drake? Why did he choose that medium?

Now, finally, Meek is answering a question about the whole ordeal. Unfortunately, none of these were answered -- or asked -- on Monday night, when Meek was sitting sideline at a Philadelphia 76ers game.

"Of course, I would be remiss in saying, you know, Drake, Drake's a Toronto guy," CSN Philly reporter Molly French began. "What's your message to him with your hometown Sixers looking good against the Cavs? Eastern Conference."

Meek responded pretty much like you'd expect: "I'm riding with Philly. You know, Philly riding with me, so I'm riding with the Sixers to the fullest. You know what time it is. I'm rocking out to the end, no matter how this season go."

OK. Pretty tame. Pretty diplomatic.

It's not like he was gonna say, "F--k Drake and f--k the Raptors!" right? And it's not like she was going to ask him where his second dis track was. I don't blame either Meek or French. But I do hope that next time Meek does an interview, we get a more revealing window into his side of the beef.

And, maybe, we'll find out where he got those Quentin Miller reference tracks from, one of which he included in his response, "Wanna Know." There had been some rumors that DJ Drama was the source, and his ex-wife, Summer Walker, doubled down on that idea on Twitter Monday night.

In a series of tweets directed at her ex and their relationship, Summer P also dropped in a tidbit about the feud.

The rumor is that Drama had the reference tracks because If You're Reading This It's Too Late was potentially going to be a DJ Drama-hosted Gangsta Grillz mixtape.

You may recognize Summer P's name from "I'm The Plug," off of What A Time To Be Alive. "And it really ain't no thing, I got Summer P in this thing," Drake rapped, in what some perceived as a slight towards Drama, perhaps for the alleged reference-leaking.

The music from this feud may be over (for now, at least), but the storylines haven't died down.