Meek Mill Still Has More To Say About Drake

And he apologized to Nicki Minaj for his 'crazy' tweets.

Drake hasn't responded to Meek Mill's accusations that he's been using a ghostwriter, but the Philly rapper still feels compelled to say more.

During the Virginia stop on Nicki Minaj's Pinkprint Tour he addressed Drizzy one more time, while on stage. But first, he apologized to his girlfriend and tour mate, who just so happens to be Drake's labelmate (and friend?)

“I wanna give a special apology -- shout out to Nicki Minaj for my crazy ass going crazy on Twitter," he said, while stroking Nicki's hair. "You can’t be messin’ with no hood n---a." Looks like she accepted the apology, and probably wasn't too upset about his rant to begin with, since she was all smiles?

Then he moved on to Drake, adding, “I was just upset as a fan."

But he definitely wasn't trying to apologize here. "Shout out to Drake," Meek said. "Let him be great in all the motherf---ing lanes he great in. But I'm gon' still be the realest n---a in this bitch!"

Meek might've been referencing an Instagram post from battle rapper Hitman Holla, which showed a screen shot of his private -- or, intended to be private -- conversation with Drake.

In it, the Toronto rapper replies to all of the uproar over ghostwriting with, "I signed up for greatness. This comes with it." But he hasn't posted anything on his own Instagram account, or tweeted about it.

Drake's longtime producer Noah "40" Shebib was the first member of the OVO family to publicly respond to the accusations. He defended Drake's pen game in a lengthy series of tweets last night.

And, Funk Flex decided to leak the alleged ghostwriter's reference track for If You're Reading This It's Too Late's "10 Bands," on the same night. On the track we can hear OVO associate Quentin Miller rapping. He received several writing credits on the mixtape and he was called out by name in Meek's anti-Drake tirade.