Drake & Noah “40” Shebib Respond to Ghostwriting Allegations

It's been a day since Meek Mill called Drake out for not writing his verse …

It's been a day since Meek Mill called Drake out for not writing his verse on their Dreams Worth More Than Money collaboration "R.I.C.O.," and that he has a ghostwriter that helps him out with his material by the name of Quentin Miller. Although Drake has yet to address the claims publicly, it's now known that he's responded to at least one person about the situation. When a fan and Twitter user named @hitmanholla direct-messaged the Toronto rapper to give him words of encouragement, Drake responded with: "I signed up for greatness, this comes with it," as well as a few prayer emojis.

Noah "40" Shebib, one of Drake's best friends and longtime collaborator, also took some time to weigh in on the situation. Although the man rarely posts on Twitter, he explained in detail that "no one is as talented as Drake" and has spent approximately 5000 hours in studio with the OVO honcho compared to 30 minutes with Quentin Miller. He also explains that Drake cannot be measured with other rappers who are stuck in their own boundaries, because Drizzy "isn't just a rapper; he's also a musician and a producer and a creator." Read all their posts below, and let us know what you think of the situation?

UPDATE: Krept from UK hip-hop duo Krept and Konan threw some shade at Meek on Instagram, putting Skepta's cover issue of The FADER magazine over Meek's. Drake liked the video thereafter.

Quick Interview with @Thefader !! shout out @skeptagram I Got you fam uk ting

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