Quentin Miller has been caught in the middle between Drake and Pusha-T’s feud for years now, with both sides accusing each other of using Miller’s skills for ghostwriting purposes. However, Quentin revealed earlier in the week that he would be addressing those rumors one last time.
On the 28th of May, Monday, following the release of Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle,” Miller explained he would be “addressing everything” with his upcoming single; “once and for all,” the producer/rapper said.
In case you haven’t heard, Miller’s name first popped up in regard to Drake when the two collaborated on two tracks, “10 Bands,” and “Know Yourself,” from the Toronto rapper’s album, If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late.
Nevertheless, their collaboration proved to be a nuisance to the Toronto native as people have now accused him of using Miller as a ghostwriter since the release of that album. And other rappers got involved including Meek Mill, who fought bitterly against Drake for a long time.
However, Miller has vehemently denied the allegations from the beginning, saying that he never ghostwrote anything for Drake. They merely collaborated on something of which he is proud.
Addressing everything with this next one….
— Q.M. (@Quentin__Miller) May 28, 2018
As it was previously reported, Pusha-T’s latest single, “Infrared,” brought up the allegations of ghostwriting once again. The rapper said directly in his track, “how could ever right these wrongs/when you don’t even write your songs?”
Moreover, P. Diddy got himself involved when he took a picture of a handwritten note and referred to Pusha’s latest album as a “modern classic.” Diddy appeared to have mocked Pusha’s record, Daytona.
Either way, many fans are looking forward to hearing what Miller has to say about the charges. But not everyone is, as some have accused all the rappers connected of merely circulating and engaging in petty rumors for the sake of self-promotion and record sales.