Drake — Rapper’s Alleged Ghostwriter Quentin Miller Claims Nicki Minaj Set Him Up To Be Jumped By Meek Mill & His Crew In 2016
Drake‘s (real name Aubrey Graham) alleged ghostwriter is spilling some tea, and involves Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill.
During an appearance on the “Rory & MAL” podcast, Quentin Miller provided some insight into the fight that took place, during which time Meek Mill (real name Robert Rihmeek Williams) and his crew allegedly jumped him for refusing to admit that he was Drake‘s ghostwriter.
It first appeared that Meek Mill‘s crew was going to drop the situation after not perceiving Quentin Miller as a threat. They supposedly changed their mind after getting a message from the queen of the Barbz, who was dating Meek at the time.
According to Quentin Miller,
“I found out, and I don’t know how true this is, but I found out that that was a Nicki Minaj call. … When Meek evaluated ‘you not a street dude, you not on that street sh*t,’ and they dipped, I heard when they went back to the car, it was Nicki that was like ‘Naw, run that.'”
Miller went on to say that both he and his daughter are Nicki Minaj (real name Onika Miraj) fans.
“That was f*cked up, man.”
Either way, Miller said he hopes Nicki being involved — even though hearing that she was did hurt his feelings even more — was not the case and that ultimately, he still blames Meek.
Drake and Meek‘s beefs dates back to 2015 when the “Dreams & Nightmares” rapper accused Drake of using a ghostwriter on their collaboration “R.I.C.O.” Their feud was further ignited when Drake released his Beyoncé-inspired mixtape If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late, which is when Meek named Miller as the ghostwriter.
In a now-deleted post, Miller said the beef ruined his career — which is likely why he felt slighted that Meek and Drake made amends. Miller said,
“In the end, that n*gga Drake and Meek- them n*ggas is best friends now. They watch basketball games and do shows and sh*t together now, you know?…five years later I’m still trying to shake that sh*t…Everyone wanna kick me to the curb, man. F*ck that sh*t, give me the opportunity, man.”
Quentin Miller gets real on the anniversary of Drake's If You're Reading This It's Too Late:
"I don't have the good memories about it that everyone has."pic.twitter.com/oGzcIIkkWu
— XXL Magazine (@XXL) February 13, 2020
Miller told VLAD in 2016 that Meek and his crew jumped him in a Beverly Hills Nike store because he refused to get on camera and admit to being the man behind the “God’s Plan” artist’s pen. At the time, Miller said,
“I shed blood in the Nike store.”
“I’m not a street ni**a so you can have it. You can have the tough title – that doesn’t do anything for me.”
Meek denied that he and his team were involved in the altercation, noting that there was no photographic evidence even though it supposedly happened in a high-traffic location.
Miller told Rory [Farrell] & Mal [Clay] on the podcast that he has not had a conversation with Drake regarding the incident.
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