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Meek Mill Blasts Drake, Claims That He Doesn't Write His Own Raps

Does Drake really have a ghostwriter?

Meek Mill and Drake recently teamed up for “R.I.C.O.” off the Philadelphia MC’s Dreams Worth More Than Money LP, but it doesn’t look like they’re on friendly terms any more.

On Tuesday (July 21), Mill unleashed a series of tweets about why he doesn’t want to be compared to Drizzy anymore. Meek claims that Drake doesn't write his own raps, so in his eyes it puts him on another level than the OVO star.

Meek says that he found out Drizzy didn't write his verse on "R.I.C.O." when the the alleged ghostwriter played the MMG spitter an early version of the song.

"When [Drake] said the dream girl sh-t on 'R.I.C.O.' I thought he was coming at me," Meek tweeted. "lol Then young bull played me the verse in his voice before my album came out. I was mad as sh-t! Lol"

In hip-hop, having a ghostwriter is frowned upon and Meek says he'd react the same way if Jay Z -- who is often regarded as the top rapper -- gave him a ghostwritten verse.

Mill's tweets weren't all negative though. He did praise MCs like J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar for their pen work.