(AllHipHop News) Even though Quentin Miller said he would never diss Drake, it appears the Atlanta rapper may have changed his tune. Q.M. dropped a new song today titled “unHOLY,” and the track has a direct reference to a line from Drake’s “Summer Sixteen.”
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“How am I keeping it real by keeping this sh*t to myself? You was never gang, gang, gang, gang, you was never one of us. Had us fooled for a minute there, now we done all grown up. But I’m better off anyway, y’all never gonna finish Drake,” rapped Drake on “Summer Sixteen.”
Miller’s “unHOLY” includes the bars, “You can throw them shots at me, let’s start a war. When it comes to jabbing, I’m as good as Floyd. I was never gang, gang. I was 1317 the whole time.”
Besides the new song, the WDNG Crshrs member also appeared in a recent Instagram video posted by DC Young Fly. The vid featured DC referring to Miller as Drake’s ghostwriter, and Q.M. reposted the clip to his own IG page.
This latest situation comes after Meek Mill claimed he was fed information about the topics on Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” by his ghostwriter. The MMG rapper released his “War Pain” response record, which included Meek answering many of the lines on the OVO leader’s song, less than 30 minutes after Drake dropped “Summer Sixteen.”
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Listen to Quentin Miller’s “unHOLY” below.