During the Virginia stop on Nicki Minaj’s The Pinkprint Tour with DeJ Loaf, Tinashe and Rae Sremmurd, the MMG rapper had to say a few more words involving Drizzy. “Don’t get it twisted. I was just upset as a fan that a n***a gave me a verse he didn’t write. Shout out to Drake, let him be great in all the motherf**kin’ lanes he great in, but I’ma still be the realest n***a in this b***h!”
Mill calling out Drake and his alleged songwriter Quentin Miller has sparked an ongoing discussion about ghostwriting in hip hop. It’s been a mixed bag of reactions of whether it is acceptable or not to have a team in your corner to craft songs. Noah “40” Shebib, his longstanding producer, defended Drake in a lengthy series of tweets. “No one is as talented as drake. It's not worth my time. I need someone who understands song writing on a higher level...,” he wrote.
Drake responded to Mill’s initial claims in a direct message to one of his followers named HitmanHolla. In a screenshot, he replied to his friend’s words by saying, “I signed up for greatness. This comes with it.”
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