Last night, Funkmaster Flex released some alleged reference tracks of Drake songs that featured Quentin Miller, the man said to be Drizzy’s ghostwriter.
Right before premiering Meek Mill’s diss track aimed at the Toronto rapper, Flex tweeted out a story on his website that listed the supposed reference tracks for “Know Yourself,” “Used To,” “R.I.C.O.,” and “10 Bands.”
Drake fans are puzzled by this because, just a few days ago, Quentin said the claims that he ghostwrote for Drizzy weren’t true.
“I am not and never will be a ’ghostwriter’ for Drake,” he said in a letter on his Tumblr. “I’m proud to say that we’ve collaborated, but I could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together.”
But it’s starting to look like that’s actually not the case. The songs are no longer on Flex’s SoundCloud, but have been uploaded to YouTube.
Drake, your fans have so many questions for you. Like, how many other songs have you had written for you and how many other ghostwriters do you secretly have?
Some may say that there are plenty of singers and rappers that use reference tracks, but Drake is one of the biggest MCs in the game right now. He’s on a higher caliber. So, the fact that he may not write all of his music hurts more than if another, lesser-respected rapper was found to also use a ghostwriter.
Drizzy demands the world to see him as the best, so all we expect him to deliver is HIS best work. We need some answers, bruh. ASAP.