In the midst of the insanity that is Meek Mill’s timeline, we saw the name Quentin Miller dropped, though many of us had no idea who that was or why Meek cared to write his name. Basing it off of context clues, it would appear he has something to do with Drake‘s alleged use of ghostwriters, and once OG Maco chimed in, he confirmed this to be true.
During his series of tweets, Maco revealed that Miller has quite a few credits in the liner notes of Drake‘s album, while also noting that there were many other songs Miller went uncredited for – aka, he was the ghostwriter. He also said that they’re friends, and partook in this rant because he wants to get him his just due. However, it doesn’t seem like it was wanted:
“Smh. There it goes. Knew that call was coming. You can’t even stand up for your friends these days cause they don’t want it. Fuck it.”
Shoot, if I was Quentin – I wouldn’t want it either! You’re messing up my checks, bruh!
Maco also RT’d multiple tweets from an Atlanta exec by the name of Steven Dingle, who seems to know quite a thing or two on this Quentin Miller/Drake situation.
So here’s what we know about Quentin thus far:
- He’s from Atlanta.
- He was gifted an OVO owl chain, and was first spotted with the crew around 7 months ago.
- He’s a rapper as well, and recently dropped a project called Hey! Thanks A Lot 2 (where Boi-1da has a track on.)
And that’s all we got. I’m interested to see what his next move is!