Quentin Miller: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Quentin Miller — an OVO Sound affiliate — claims that he was physically assaulted in Los Angeles by rapper Meek Mill‘s entourage, according to the VladTV interview above.

Miller stated that — during the alleged incident — Mill’s Dreamchasers crew circled him in LA in front of the paparazzi, demanded that he issue Mill an apology in front of the camera.

“I need you to go on camera and say you apologize to Meek Mill,” Miller told the site.

When he refused, one individual of the crew — whom he didn’t identify — allegedly followed him inside a Nike store and sucker-punched him.

Miller — touching the Nike symbol on his chest and chuckling — told the site that the blow left him bloodied and that all the Dreamchasers ran away afterwards.

“I shed blood in the Nike store on Wilshire.”

Taxstone — a hip-hop personality — initially brought up the incident in a previous VladTV interview and Miller said it was true. Miller has been caught in the middle of Drake and Mill’s highly publicized feud.

Here’s what you need to know:


1. Miller Says Mill Approached Him Prior to the Altercation

Miller said that Mill saw him on the streets just before the confrontation, saying that Mill wasn’t thrilled with the open letter that Miller put out regarding Drake. He spoke to the site about his run-in with Drake’s rival.

We was in L.A., I was walking to the Nike store and he approached me. And this is really my first time talking with Meek, and basically he told me, like, he ain’t really appreciate the letter I dropped and [the letter] made him seem like he was a liar and what not.


2. Mill Is Denying That the Quentin Miller Assault Even Happened

Judging by a Mill’s Instagram post on March 25 (shown above), the rapper’s seemingly denying that the beat down even transpired. TMZ reported that Mill “is calling BS” on Miller’s story, saying that he or the Dreamchasers never physically assaulted him.

The site stated that Mill — now under house arrest for leaving town without permission due to a drug and gun arrest — says that the proof is in the lack of Wilshire Boulevard camera footage surfacing. Other TMZ sources say that “Drake masterminded Miller’s story … just to take a shot while he’s under house arrest.”


3. DJ Drama’s Wife Claims Drake & Meek’s Feud Was Ignited Over Miller

Well-known disc jockey DJ Drama‘s ex-wife — Summer P. Walker — stated on Twitter that Drake and Mill’s beef was ignited because of Miller, according to a November 3, 2015 All HipHop report.

“Or how you told me that you gave Meek Drake’s reference tracks to make him feel better about Quintin [sic] not wanting to work with him?”

Drama’s current girlfriend and model — Jessica Burciaga — clapped back at Walker, calling her a “lying broke b*tch” and a “whore,” stated the site.

“Why would he tell u about reference tracks when you’ve been divorced since last year and he met Quentin last year? Lol ur dumb.”

The above-mentioned Walker tweets have since been deleted. Walker and Drama began dating in 2007 and tied the knot in 2009. They divorced in 2014, following allegations that he was unfaithful.

4. Mill Seemed to Indicate that Miller Is Drake’s Ghostwriter

In July 2015, Miller went on his Tumblr to rebuke claims — based on a Mill tweet referencing his name — that he was Drake’s ghostwriter.

“I’m proud to say we’ve collaborated. But I could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together.”

However, Miller did acknowledge that Drake added his name to the credits.

“I remember him Showing me the thank you notes in NY before the album dropped. Showing me the QM, telling me they put me on the credits… He attached my name to something that touched the world.”

Interesting to note, Miller’s name was featured on four out of 10 of Drake’s “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” tracks; “10 Bands,” “No Tellin’,” “Used To” and “6 Man.”

For FADER’s 100th issue (shown above), Drake — who was on its cover — addressed rumors that Miller was his ghostwriter.

“I need sometimes, individuals to spark an idea so that I can take off running. I don’t mind that. And those recordings—they are what they are. And you can use your own judgement on what they mean to you.”


5. Miller Is a Member of WDNG Crshrs With TheCoolisMac

Tanned up Shawtytootall. Collect em all.

A post shared by @ thecoolismac on

Miller is a member of WDNG Crshrs; a group he has with TheCoolisMac (shown above). The two are both from the metro Atlanta area. The duo — who put out hip hop mixtapes — began teaming up about a year ago; during the time when Miller was dropped from the Epic Records label. The group — who are becoming increasingly popular — has collaborated with artists such as Pusha T (“Bussin Moves”) and Travis Barker (“Go Off).

On November 6, 2015, Miller spoke to XXL about his ultimate goal for WDNG Crshrs.

“To win Grammys and make a mark. Have God knowing that n**gas know Quentin Miller. And Quentin Miller was an important piece of hip-hop, WDNG Crshrs are an important piece of hip-hop.”

TheCoolisMac gave a more descriptive answer to the site while also complimenting Miller on his creative chops.

To keep having fun! Just to keep having fun. You know, when it gets too serious, I might just bail out. Ya boy has a degree [from Georgia State University] and I’m not really too dependent on one thing. I don’t like to put all my eggs in one basket. Quentin is an amazing writer. So we definitely don’t need to be in the rap game, we want to be here. We want to make people have fun, we want to show you fun. If I can’t have fun in hip-hop, I don’t want to be in hip-hop.

No Comments

Discuss on Facebook