(AllHipHop News) When Quentin Miller released the song "unHOLY," certain lyrics on the record seemed to be a response to Drake's "Summer Sixteen." Drizzy rapped, "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."
Miller came back with, "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.”
Q.M. had never addressed the "unHOLY" lines until now. The Atlanta rapper sat down with DJ Vlad to discuss the speculation his bars were meant to be a "diss" toward Drake.
"Let people interpret it however you interpret it," said Miller about the track.
The WDNG Crshrs member also covered his song "Potential" which was also assumed to be a Drake diss. Miller insisted the line about how many platinum albums in 2015 did not have his name on it was not meant to be disrespectful toward the Toronto rhymer.
"I feel like people feel like if you acknowledge something, if you say anything, it's a diss. Even on 'unHOLY'... however you decide to interpret it, but I just don't get how you interpret that as a diss," added Miller. "Maybe it might be more of a response, but even still it's not a diss. I would never disrespect that man."
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Watch Quentin Miller's interview below.