According to Miller, he's going to address "everything" on his next release.
It appears Miller will tackle the issue head-on that was started back in 2015 when Meek tweeted about Drake using Miller as a ghostwriter. With both Pusha-T and Aubrey throwing Quentin into the middle of the beef, it's only right he gets a few things off his chest.
On Pusha-T's DAYTONA track "Infrared," Push straight up name-drops Quentin, rapping, "It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin." Meanwhile, on Drake's response "Duppy Freestyle," the 6 God rapped, "And as for Q, man, I changed his life a couple times/N***a was at Kroger workin' double time/Y'all actin' like he made the boy when I was tryna' help the guy."
Not long after "Duppy Freestyle" made its way online, Miller responded by correcting the Kroger claim, pointing out it was actually a Publix he was working at.
While Quentin Miller is looking to clear up any misconceptions of the past, Drake seems to be at the finish line for his next album, Scorpion. The project is due out in June, though the Toronto rapper hasn't given a firm date.