Toronto Raptors Reportedly Lift Meek Mill Music Ban

10/08/2016
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Meek Mill

(Radio.com) Drake is a huge Toronto Raptors fan; he's also the basketball team's official Global Ambassador. When Meek Mill called out the Canadian rapper for using ghostwriters, his music was banned in the team's locker room, according to Raptor's player Patrick Patterson.

That was back in January. TMZ's cameras recently caught up with Patterson who told them the ban has been lifted. "You seem to forget we have a guy from Philadelphia on the team," he said. "Yeah, you got people from Philly, so people from Philly tend to play Philly music. Myself, I still listen to Meek Mill."

Not that things have really cooled down between Meek and Drake. Just last week Mill took a shot at Drizy in a seven minute freestyle. Check out the full video here.

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