Quentin Miller, the songwriter who rose to infamy after his reference track “10 Bands” landed him right in the middle of a nasty tiff between Drake and Meek Mill, surprised fans Friday night. (Sept. 16)
Miller took to Instagram to post a picture of his amputated foot, yet didn’t specify when this happened or what caused the amputation. However, rumors swirled the surgery occurred due to a car accident the Atlanta native was in.
Miller has remained a low-profile as of late, but to summarize Miller’s rise to fame last summer he became the talk of the Internet when Meek Mill called out Drake for not writing his own rhymes and alleged the verse on “R.I.C.O” was penned by a ghost writer. Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex then tossed his hat in the ring when he played a few reference tracks from Miller, who received credit for several tracks on If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.
Things then spiraled out of control when Miller accused Meek Mill’s Dreamchasers entourage of physically attacking him amid the controversy. Drake however capitalized off of the beef and created a memorable PowerPoint presentation of the Internet’s best memes describing Meek Mill at his annual OVO Festival.