You just can't make this stuff up. Months after the beef between Meek Mill and Drake began, we're still receiving new, strange information about the notorious spat between the two high-profile rappers. During a recent interview with Taxstone, Vlad TV uncovered a story about alleged Drake ghostwriter Quentin Miller and Meek Mill's crew getting into an altercation at a Los Angeles Nike Store. The incident was said to have resulted in Miller getting "beat up because he wouldn't write for Meek Mill." Now, Quentin Miller himself is opening up about that incident for the first time. Confirming that he indeed "shed blood in the Nike Store," Miller says that the story is "real." While politely refusing to go into too much detail regarding the specifics of the attack on him by Meek Mill's crew, Quentin Miller did have this statement to give regarding the encounter:
I'm not a violent person, so I'm not out here to be the toughest. Punching me is like punching Frank Ocean or iLoveMakonnen. Like what kind of points are you getting off of that? If that's what you want to do, that's what you want to do."
As Pitchfork points out, Meek Mill has also just posted this on Instagram: