Quentin Miller Uses Drake & Pusha T Beef To The Direction Of Nicki Minaj Name Drop

HipHop News Posted on May 29, 2018 at 1:53pm

Quentin Miller Uses Drake & Pusha T Beef To The Direction Of Nicki Minaj Name Drop

"I ain''t ask for any of this, Fuck this shit man," the rapper from Atlanta, joked about his new song "Destiny (Freestyle)."

Atlanta, GA – very similar to the Meek Mill vs Drake beef, the writer for hire of Quentin Miller has found himself nestled in the middle of Drizzy's latest lyrical squabble with Pusha T.

So what is a rapper to do when you are shining with the unsolicited spotlight?

Rap on it, of course.

Prod. @lyleleduff . Link in the bio.

A post shared by P. M. (@quentinmiller__) May 29, 2018 at 3:49pm PDT

In your new Lyle Leduff-produced record, "the Destination (Freestyle)," non-conventional star spills on your way of life, well-publicized loss of his leg, and even touches on the aftermath.

"The name drops, name drops, I hear the name drops/Associates, old friends, I have suggestions/Nicki [Minaj] poppin' out, she is not never met her/Niggas got opinions, you don't know me."

The Nicki line was a direct reference to the Chun Li channeler's recent tweet that mentions the controversial rapper from Atlanta.

Niggaz gon run that Quentin shit on the fkn floor as Drake does not write 4 yourself and OTHERS! Since enemies remix, reinvent and TRY 2make u REVIVE some of the old shit from 2 YEARS come when you don't have ANYTHING IN the U! Knock it off. In defiance of the elect, that only awakened the sleeping giant

— Chun-Li (@NICKIMINAJ) May 27, 2018

"Niggaz gon run that Quentin shit on the fkn floor as Drake does not write 4 yourself and to OTHERS!" Minaj twitter.

"As enemies remix, reinvent and TRY 2make u REVIVE some of the old shit from 2 YEARS come when you don't have ANYTHING IN the U! Knock it off. In defiance of the elect, that only awakened the sleeping giant".

In another part of the song, Miller was clear that he wanted to distance himself from Drake's success, rapping: "Collaborated with my rapper favorite couple of times/I don't want anything of your credit, I'm only focused on mine."

Miller's latest album comes on the heels of his most recent released mixtape Crshed Files, Vol. 2 and the real-t

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