Philly’s Louie V Gutta Claims He Wrote Songs For Meek Mill, Sides With Drake


(AllHipHop News) There is no love lost between Meek Mill and Louie V Gutta. The former associates had a public falling out last year, and it seems the two Philadelphia natives never patched things up. In fact, Gutta recently conducted a Twitter Q&A where he sided with Meek’s current rival Drake.

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The online discussion also included Gutta claiming he wrote “a lot” of songs for Meek in the past. The issues between Drake and Meek began after the MMG rapper claimed Drizzy did not write his verse on “R.I.C.O.” off the Dreams Worth More Than Money LP.

While Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex released a reference track of OVO affiliate Quentin Miller rapping Drake’s verse on “R.I.C.O.”  – as well as other songs such as “Know Yourself” and “10 Bands” – Gutta only cites his name in the credits for Meek’s debut album Dreams and Nightmares as evidence he penned for his then musical partner.

It should be noted, the Dreams and Nightmares credits listed online only mention Gutta (born Vincent Robinson) as a writer on the track “Rich & Famous.” Gutta was featured on that song as a guest performer.

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Check out Louie V. Gutta’s tweets in the gallery below.