(AllHipHop News) Those ghostwriting rumors around Drake just won’t seem to end.
Peter Rosenberg is the latest Hip Hop insider to present circumstantial evidence that the OVO frontman pays other rappers to write his bars.
During a Real Late interview with comedian Pete Davidson, Rosenberg shared a story about Drake supposedly revealing to him that someone else wrote one of his verses around the time Thank Me Later was released.
Davidson and the Hot 97 host were discussing the idea of Drake never creating a bad verse.
“There’s one. I told him this too. And he didn’t write it,” stated Rosenberg. “It was from the first album run. It had that flow. Three rappers were on it.”
Even though he could not recall the name of the song, Rosenberg reiterated that he was told by Drake that someone else wrote his lyrics for that record.
“He actually told me he didn’t write that verse,” added Rosenberg. “By the way, first time I’m saying that publicly. I’m not trying to roast him. I didn’t think anything of it.”
Back in August, fellow Hot 97 radio personality Ebro Darden and the NYC station were hit with some shots from Drake after Darden also publicly shared a supposed private conversation between the two.
Ebro sparked speculations Drake was prepared to take aim at Eminem on a diss track.
“I told Drake that I heard the rumor was that Eminem was going to gear up to come after him,” said the former Hot 97 program director live on the air. “[Drake] laughed and was like, ‘That’s not going to happen. He’d never do that. And if he did, I got something for him to.'”
Ebro later claimed it was just a joke and the media took him out of context.
Shortly after that, Eminem appeared with Drake at his Detroit stop of the “Summer Sixteen Tour.”