by Brandon Richard

If you've been plugged into social media for the past week, you're aware of the beef between rappers Drake and Meek Mill. It all started on Tuesday, when Meek alleged that Drake uses a ghostwriter for his verses. All was quiet on the Drake front until yesterday, when he premiered a diss record during his OVOSOUND radio show on Apple Music's Beats 1. And in an Instagram post a little earlier, Meek teased a response for Monday.

But for now, everyone is weighing in on the dispute and taking sides, including the Jordan Brand. Moments ago, that brand shared a new Instagram post from its ongoing events in Las Vegas. Along with the photo, which shows somebody holding up Jordan's 23-karat First to Fly trophy, they added the caption "Charged Up." Of course, that's also the title of the diss track by Drake, an official Jordan Brand collaborator. A subtle, yet certain sign of allegiance. And with Meek being a Puma pitchman, it's easy to assume choosing a side wasn't difficult.

Your turn, Puma.

 

Charged up.

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