In the war against Meek Mill, Drake deployed the deadliest weapon known to famous-person-kind: a PowerPoint presentation like the ones they do for wedding receptions but with savage memes instead of baby photos.
DRAKE SO DISRESPECTFUL OH GOD pic.twitter.com/p5bRgCCG87August 4, 2015
Or Whataburger's social media manager. That works too.
Drake at Whataburger:WE NEED MORE BEEFMeek Mill: Please no more Mr. Drake I'm fullAugust 4, 2015
Probably because Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush are still working on their own diss tracks, they have gone with the designed graphic, a lower-budget—though no less labor-intensive—alternative to playing a photo slideshow of fan-made images while you rap aggressively.
First, Chillary promoted her college affordability plan.
Cost won't be a barrier to an education. Debt won't hold you back. Read Hillary's plan: http://t.co/A4pWb3fOf4 pic.twitter.com/KVyr8SlSVnAugust 10, 2015
Then Jeb jumped in, arguing that the Obama administration, which Chillary was once a part of, hasn't done much to ease student debt.
@HillaryClinton pic.twitter.com/m6LAHYCLokAugust 10, 2015
.@JebBush Fixed it for you. pic.twitter.com/d4q9EWpXCAAugust 10, 2015
.@HillaryClinton fixed your logo for you. pic.twitter.com/141nXHQe4ZAugust 11, 2015
Another one just came out, so now, we wait. *shovels popcorn in general direction of face*
Let’s relieve the crushing burden of student debt. Learn more about Hillary’s plan: http://t.co/A4pWb3fOf4 pic.twitter.com/i7mZY9XophAugust 11, 2015
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