Drake’s Alleged Ghostwriter Quentin Miller Says Meek Mill’s Crew Sucker Punched Him In A Nike Store

The entire Drake/Meek Mill fiasco began when Meek accused Drake of using relative unknown Quentin Miller as a ghostwriter rather than writing his own bars. Miller is credited as a songwriter on multiple Drake tracks, but he denied being Drake’s ghostwriter, possibly because in order to be a ghostwriter you technically have to go uncredited. In any case, Meek lost the feud, and according to Miller, he and his Dreamchasers crew were pretty sour about it.

As Pitchfork points out, Miller has given an interview to Vlad TV in which he claims Meek’s crew beat him up in a Nike store. Per Miller, Meek and his friends confronted him in Los Angeles and asked him to apologize for writing the denial letter. When Miller refused, he says one of them sucker-punched him:

I shed blood in the Nike store… I’m not a violent person, so I’m not out here to be the toughest. Punching me is like punching Frank Ocean or iLoveMakonnen. Like what kind of points are you getting off of that? If that’s what you want to do, that’s what you want to do.

Skip ahead to 3:40 in the video below to see Miller’s comments.