Is This The Alleged ‘Ghostwriter’s’ Reference Track Drake Used For ’10 Bands?'

Funk Flex says it is.

The Drake ghostwriting allegations are heating up.

On Wednesday (July 22) -- a day after Meek Mill said Drizzy doesn't write his own rhymes -- Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex released what he called a reference track for Drake's "10 Bands."

"I got this from someone in Drake's camp," Flex said. "They reached out. They saw me on that Gram keeping it 100."

According to Flex, the track was made by Quentin Miller, the same MC mentioned in Meek Mill's tweet storm last night. Flex went on to claim QM - an Atlanta rapper who has received writing credits on several Drake songs - makes $5,000 a month.

Drizzy hasn't replied publicly to the allegations. However, Hitman Holla - a battle rapper and "Wild 'N Out" cast member - published a Direct Message conversation with Drake on his Instagram page. "I signed up for greatness," Drake said in the screenshot. "This comes with it."

Flex's song has caused many fans to respond in different ways. Here's a look at some of those reactions:

Some said the songs were not exactly the same.

Others questioned when this alleged reference track was made.

Some questioned Funkmaster Flex's source within Drake's camp.

Others laughed at the situation.

And some believed Drake's version is a whole lot better than the one Flex played.

Here's Drake's '10 Bands' For comparison.

As you can see, it seems like everyone has an opinion on this issue. But what do you think about this track and the ghostwriting allegations? Let us know in the comments.

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