“Yeah, I spoke to Quen. I’m highly f-cking disappointed in Quen. He doesn’t want to say nothing,” said OG Maco at the time. “That’s a process of someone being brainwashed. I’m only saying something, because that’s the one I consider my friend. Now here’s a chance where you didn’t violate any confidentiality agreement you might have signed.”
The topic of Maco’s AHH interview came up during Miller’s recent sit down with VladTV. While refusing to say his name, the WDNG Crshrs member took issue with Maco speaking on his involvement with Drake.
“That other rapper from Atlanta that did interviews about me, talking about how we’re friends, he’s the one that really said my name,” said Miller. “I called him about that and his explanation was crazy. Needless to say we don’t have anything to do with each other anymore. I’m not even going to say his name.”
Q.M. added, “That was really what was frustrating to me because he was the one that put my name out there. He knew about the situation because I’m in Atlanta. We all know each other. People know things, but that wasn’t his place to put that out there.”
Maco then fired back on Twitter, writing, “[Quentin Miller] who you gone [sic] blame for you writing that p-ssy ass letter? I tried to stand up for my ‘friend.’”
At the height of the Drake vs Meek conflict, Miller posted a message on Tumblr claiming he did not refer to himself as Drake’s “ghostwriter.” However, Q.M. did later admit he was heavily involved in writing for Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.
Watch Quentin Miller’s interview below.