Noah “40” Shebib Defends Drake’s Honor Following Quentin Miller Rumors

The hip-hop Twittersphere exploded last night when Meek Mill went on an epic-length tirade accusing Drake having his raps ghostwritten by a guy named Quentin Miller, who’s credited on Drake’s If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late. Lots of people have had lots of very public feelings about this, of course, with various hip-hop figures jumping in and picking sides. Now, as MissInfo points out, Drake’s main producer Noah “40” Shebib has leapt into the fray to defend his friend’s honor in yet another lengthy series of tweets, which you can read below. But first, check out Miller’s alleged reference track for If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late highlight “10 Bands,” which Funkmaster Flex aired on Hot 97 last night after voicing a firm anti-ghostwriter stance on Instagram.

On to 40’s defense: