Atlanta, GA

Much like the Meek Mill vs. Drake beef, writer-for-hire Quentin Miller has found himself wedged in the middle of Drizzy’s latest lyrical squabble with Pusha T.

So what’s a rapper to do when they’re shining with the unsolicited spotlight?

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Rap about it, of course.

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On his new Lyle Leduff-produced record, “Destiny (Freestyle),” the unconventional star spills on his life journey, well-publicized loss of his leg and even touches on the aftermath.

“Name drops, name drops, I hear name drops/Associates, old friends, got suggestions/Nicki [Minaj] poppin’ off, she ain’t never met me/Niggas got opinions, don’t even know me.”

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The Nicki line was a direct reference to the Chun Li channeler’s recent tweet that mentioned the controversial Atlanta rapper.

“Niggaz gon run that Quentin shit in the fkn ground like Drake don’t write 4 himself & OTHERS!” Minaj tweeted.

“Ya enemies will remix, reinvent & TRY 2make u RELIVE some old shit for YEARS 2 come when they have NOTHING ON U! Knock it off. Challenging the chosen ones only awakens the sleeping giant.”

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Elsewhere in the song, Miller was clear he wanted to distance himself from Drake’s success, rapping: “Collaborated with my favorite rapper few times/I don’t want none of his credit, I’m just focused on mine.”

Miller’s latest record comes on the heels of his latest released mixtape Crshed Files, Vol. 2 and his real-time lyric annotation to Drake’s Pusha T diss, “Duppy Freestyle.”

Stream Quentin Miller’s “Destiny (Freestyle)” down below.

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