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Drake Rapped About His Alleged Ghostwriter — Here’s How QM Replied

Why are they both rapping about this strip club?

When Drake and Future teamed up for What A Time To Be Alive, fans caught some instances where it seemed like Drizzy was alluding to his Meek Mill beef. One of those lines was a reference to alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller.

“I might take Quentin to Follies,” Drake rhymes on "Digital Dash," referring to a Georgia strip club. "You hate your life. Just be honest."

Yesterday, Quentin Miller (as part of WDNG CRSHRS) released "Fini…" a cut that appears to respond to Drizzy's namecheck.

"Took myself to Follies," he sings on the cut. "Left with nothing else to spend/ Made myself a topic that just so happened to trend."

Of course fans started to wonder what this meant.

So, here's how they reacted:

  • Some just laughed.
  • Others had questions.
  • Some thought it was a dis.
  • Others wanted a Drizzy dis in response.
  • And some wanted to showcase both tracks back to back (no pun intended).

Earlier this year, another QM track was also seen as a Drake dis. However, QM shut that down. "There will never be a QM diss track to that man… EVER," he wrote on Twitter. That tweet has since been deleted.

What do you think these Follies references mean? Are they dissing each other or is it all good between the collaborators? Let us know in the comments.