I’M OUT pic.twitter.com/2PEEU38LL6— J.A. (@JorgyTaughtYou) July 29, 2015 The beef between Drake and Meek Mill seems to have hit a fever pitch, despite the diss tracks coming from only one side. Meek, who is on tour (and apparently away from any studios) with his girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, was savoring the buzz that comes with having the number one album in the country when he tweeted about Drake’s use of ghostwriters, specifically on “R.I.C.O.,” their collaboration from Dreams Worth More Than Money. Since then, fans have scoured for the details on the personal and professional history of Quentin Miller, the rapper whose name pops up all over the liner notes for If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and whose reference track for “10 Bands” Funkmaster Flex played on the radio. In the last five days, the news cycles have been swallowed whole by a pair of diss tracks by Drake aimed at Meek Mill: “Charged Up” as a warning shot, “Back t0 Back” as a victory lap. Now, there’s only one thing left to conquer for the Canadian crooner. ’90s sitcoms.The former Degrassi: The Next Generation star and his Philadelphia-bred nemesis have been grafted into the opening credits for The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, the classic comedy for which Will Smith became a household name. Nicki Minaj appears as the frightened mother, Drake and the OVO crew as the “couple of guys, who were up to no good. It may not be official, but it’s turning into the accepted narrative.