Canadian rapper Drake responded to rapper Meek Mill's accusation that someone else writes his rhymes for him.
Drake responded to rapper Hitman who sent him a direct message on Instagram.com last night, congratulating Drake on all his accomplishments.
Hitman posted Drake's private response on Instagram.com for the world to see (what man does that?).
"I see da foolishness, you know me & Showw not buying it. U our guy keep killing u motivate naggers like us! #Ballgame “I show love never get the same outta niggas I guess it’s funny how money can make change outta niggas formal”
As you know, Meek Mill took to Twitter.com on Tuesday to capitalize off the Nicki Minaj vs Taylor Swift Twitter beef by calling out Drake for not writing his own verse on their collaboration "R.I.C.O." off Meek's album.
Black Twitter ran amok with Meek's allegations.
According to Meek, a little known Atlanta rapper named Quentin Miller wrote Drake's verse on the track.
Meek swears if he'd known Drake didn't craft the verse himself, he would have kept the track off his currently #1 album.
As it turns out, Miller receives writing credits on a few of Drake's albums.
According to Hotnewhiphop.com, Miller isn't happy about all this unwanted attention.
"Miller seems like he's wanted to keep this [OVO] connection on the low," Hotnewhiphop.com wrote.
HNHH suspects that's because Miller signed an ironclad contract with OVO to be Drake's ghostwriter, much like rap producer Kanye West did with his rumored ghost blogger, Marcus Troy, who fell off the face of the earth after I outed him some years back.
Ghostwriter's get the money but none of the glory for crafting the superstar's biggest raps.
UPDATE: DJ Funk Master Flex leaked Quentin Miller's demo version of Drake's "10 Bands".
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