Funkmaster Flex Goes In On Drake, Threatens To Release 3 More Reference Tracks

Meek Mill opened a can of hip-hop worms with his recent Twitter rant claiming that Drake does not write his own lyrics. The social media fiasco has since led to a slew of replies from fellow artists, rap tastemakers and fans. Following the release of a reference track for Drake’s rack “10 Bands” by Funkmaster Flex, Drizzy’s alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller attempted to clear the air on behalf of the “6 God.”

“I am not and never will be a ‘ghostwriter’ for drake,” he wrote in a recent blog post. “Im proud to say that we’ve collaborated.. but i could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together..”

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But Funkmaster Flex seems to not be pleased with the way the situation seems to have blown over. In a lengthy Twitter rant on Friday night (July 24), the HOT 97 DJ compared Drake to producers such as Kanye West and Diddy, attempting to differentiate between collaborating and ghostwriting. Flex also claimed to be in possession of three other tracks: Big Sean’s “Blessings,” Meek Mill’s “R.I.C.O” and Drake’s own Toronto anthem, “Know Yourself.”

Read Funkmaster Flex’s Twitter tirade below:

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