Quentin Miller says beef between Drake and Meek Mill was “corny” and “annoying.”

Rapper and alleged ghostwriter, Quentin Miller once again touched on the feud between Drake and Meek Mill, during a newly-released interview with Vlad TV. The musician was specifically asked about the various reference tracks that were leaked throughout the musical melee between the two rappers.

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“I thought it was corny…I just thought the whole thing was corny,” Quentin Miller said. “Okay, who gives a shit? Who cares. Make your music, bruh. That album was fire. The Dreams Worth More Than Money, that shit was fire…My name being dragged into it, my voice being dragged into it, it’s just like all I can do is just keep focusing on what I’m focusing on. I’m my own artist. I’m focusing on my own shit. I don’t want nothing to do with that…The whole shit was annoying.”

Although he didn’t address the rapper by name (Vlad later confirmed that he was referring to OG Maco), Miller later spoke on Atlanta rapper OG Maco, an artist who spoke in great detail about Miller allegedly ghostwriting for Drake. As a result, he says the two no longer speak to one another.

“That other rapper from Atlanta that did the interviews about me, talking about how we’re friends and shit,” he said. “He’s the one that really said my name. I called him about that and his explanation was crazy. Needless to say, we don’t have anything to do with each other anymore. I’m not even gonna say his name. But he’s a part of it too. That was really what was frustrating to me. Cause it’s like he’s the one that put my name out there in the stratosphere…At the end of the day, that wasn’t his place.”

Video of Quentin Miller offering his thoughts on the Drake and Meek Mill feud, can be found below.