Drake’s Alleged Ghostwriter Quentin Miller Threatens To Expose Him On Social Media

29 May 2018, 11:00 | Updated: 29 May 2018, 11:02

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Drake is currently under pressure after his alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller has threatened to tell all to his followers on Twitter.

Miller, who was revealed as the Canadian’s alleged ghostwriter by Meek Mill, has been at the centre of Drake’s latest feud with rapper Pusha T.

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However Quentin has now spoken out and threatened to finally reveal the truth behind the situation.

“Addressing everything with this next one…” he tweeted to his 29.5k followers.

“Once and for all…”

Back in 2015, reference tracks were leaked of Quentin Miller rapping the lyrics to a number of songs from Drake’s mixtape ‘If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late’.

Drake has since admitted the pair collaborated on the songs together, while some fans still speculate that he was written more Drake songs than people are aware of.

Pusha T alluded to Quentin Miller’s influence on his new song ‘Infrared’, before Drake later responded with a scathing track called ‘Duppy Freestyle’.

Drake is yet to respond to Quentin Miller’s cryptic tweets.

Meanwhile, Drake’s new album ‘Scorpion’ is set for release in June.

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