Meek Mill’s Twitter rant on Tuesday, mainly aimed at Drake, has been the talk of the Hip-hop community the past 24 hours. One of the main storylines taken from Meek’s comments was that Drake doesn’t write his own raps, specifically his verse on “R.I.C.O.” which appeared on the MMG’s rapper No. 1 album Dreams Worth More Than Money. The name Quentin Miller soon came to light, an Atlanta artist who is credited on various songs off Drake’s If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late.

On Wednesday night during his HOT 97 mixshow, Funkmaster Flex decided to insert himself into the storyline, by playing Quentin Miller’s “10 Bands” reference track given to Drake. According to the DJ, Quentin Miller was getting paid $5000 a month from the Drake’s OVO Sound label, and it was someone from the October’s Very Own collective who sent Flex the full reference track that’s similar to the final version.

UPDATE: Drake’s main producer Noah “40” Shebib, takes to Twitter to speak on the recent news. Read below.

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Previously: Ouch! Meek Mill Disses Drake During Twitter Rant