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Meek Mill apologises to Drake over ghostwriting accusations

By | Published on Friday 24 July 2015


Rapper Meek Mill has apologised for accusing Drake of using ghostwriters to write his lyrics. Earlier this week, Mill tweeted that Drake “don’t write his own raps”, claiming that the rapper hadn’t tweeted about Mill’s new album, on which he features, because “we found out”.

“He ain’t even write that verse on my album”, Mill added. “If I woulda knew I woulda took it off my album… I don’t trick my fans!”

Drake’s response came via a screengrab of a private conversation on Instagram, posted by Hitman Holla, in which Drake wrote (possibly himself, this has not been confirmed), “I signed up for greatness. This comes with it”. So, that clears all that up.

But it’s alright, because Meek Mill has apologised. He said he lashed out because he was “upset as a fan” when he learned that Drake might have had help with his writing. But it’s all fine now. All water under the bridge. You can all calm down.