Atlanta, GA – Much like the Meek Mill vs. Drake beef, writer-for-hire Quentin Miller has found himself wedged in the middle Drizzy’s latest lyrical squabble with Pusha T.
So what’s a rapper to do when they’re shining with the unsolicited spotlight?
Rap about it, course.
On his new Lyle Leduff-produced record, “Destiny (Freestyle),” the unconventional star spills on his life journey, well-publicized loss his leg and even touches on the aftermath.
“Name drops, name drops, I hear name drops/Associates, old friends, got suggestions/Nicki Minaj] poppin’ f, she ain’t never met me/Niggas got opinions, don’t even know me.”
The Nicki line was a direct reference to the Chun Li channeler’s recent tweet that mentioned the controversial Atlanta rapper.
“Niggaz gon run that Quentin shit in the fkn ground like Drake don’t write 4 himself & OTHERS!” Minaj tweeted.
“Ya enemies will remix, reinvent & TRY 2make u RELIVE some old shit for YEARS 2 come when they have NOTHING ON U! Knock it f. Challenging the chosen ones only awakens the sleeping giant.”
Elsewhere in the song, Miller was clear he wanted to distance himself from Drake’s success, rapping: “Collaborated with my favorite rapper few times/I don’t want none his credit, I’m just focused on mine.”
Miller’s latest record comes on the heels his latest released mixtape Crshed Files, Vol. 2 and his real-time lyric annotation to Drake’s Pusha T diss, “Duppy Freestyle.”
Stream Quentin Miller’s “Destiny (Freestyle)” down below.