It seems that Quentin Miller likes to share details about his ghostwriting career, which is something ghostwriters usually don't do.
He's already talked about falling out with Nas while speaking to VladTV and never getting paid for writing Drake songs.
Now, in another part of that interview that was recently released, Miller talked about being caught in the middle of Drake's past beef with Meek Mill.
In 2015 Meek said that Miller penned Drizzy's rhymes, which started the back-and-forth between the two superstar rappers. But Miller later got on Meek's bad side and was assaulted by him and his crew in a Los Angeles sporting goods store.
Of course, Meek and Drake squashed their beef since then and Miller says he feels a way about it, because no one settled their problems with him. He also talked about Meek always giving him bad vibes.
"I never had a good experience with Meek Mill. I remember one time Rick Ross had me and Mack, Wedding Crashers, had us pull up to The Promise Land … and Meek just so happened to be there and he was just mugging me the whole time," Miller recalled.
He continued. "I never got positive vibes from Meek ... But it’s really the Drama and Drake situation. Even Drama and Drake linking back up for the Jack Harlow video and everything. Shout out to Jack Harlow. I don’t got no issues with Jack Harlow ... But it’s just like damn, how do y’all do the reunited, we all good without QM? Like, I’m literally at the center of the whole sh*t."
Any thoughts about his interview?