DJ Drama has lived up to its name.
Drake and Meek Mill have had one of the most discussed meats in Hip-Hop history. In 2015, Meek Mill launched a spiel on Twitter accusing Drake of having ghostwriters. The ghostwriter he was referring to was Quentin Miller. Miller collaborated with Drake to create several tracks on his commercial mixtape, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. We all know how the story ended. After a series of distortion tracks, including Drake’s Grammy nominated “Back To Back,” the two crushed their meat in 2018.
While many parts of the story have resurfaced over the years, there is one part that has been missing for quite some time. That piece relates to DJ Drama. The story is set during Drama’s recent appearance on Drink Champs. Drake apparently had sex with DJ Drama’s ex-wife, Summer P Walker. The Gangsta Grillz creator was upset about the matter. To get revenge on Drake, he handed Meek Mill the reference tracks from Quentin Miller to the tracks from If you are reading this, it is too late.
Drake even mentions his relationships with the Drama ex on his DJ Khaled track “For Free.” In the song, The Boy raps:
Last year I had Drama girl not now
The CEO of Generation Now appeared on The Breakfast Club Morning Show earlier this week, where he stated that he and Drake have had small conversations since the incident, but nothing extensive.
The entire episode of Drink Champs premieres on Thursday, March 17.