Speaking on the New Rory & MAL podcast, the rapper and songwriter talked about his role in the infamous Drake-Meek Mill feud and how it led to him getting a busted lip following an altercation at a Los Angeles Nike store.
Miller claimed Meek pressed him at the Nike store in the midst of the beef but decided against doing anything physical after realizing QM wasn’t a street dude. However, Meek was allegedly then instructed to turn around by Nicki Minaj.
“They come into the store. He says all his shit like, ‘You making me look crazy,’” Miller recalled. “He’s like, ‘I can tell you ain’t on no street shit, so I ain’t gon do nothing.’ So I’m like, ‘Iight.’ And he just does a quick turnaround.
“I’m thinking we good and his man’s came back in with the camera. I found out — and I don’t know how true this is — but I found out that was a Nicki Minaj call. That’s when Meek evaluated you not a street dude and they dipped, I heard when they went back to the car it was Nicki that was like, ‘Nah, run that.’”
Quentin Miller continued: “Listen, I’m a Nicki fan, my daughter’s a Nicki fan, but that was fucked up, man! If that was the case… Just finding that out, that hurt even more. Like I’ve never had a conversation with this lady, why she doing that?”
For those unfamiliar, Quentin Miller allegedly penned a handful of reference tracks from Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late album that were leaked online. DJ Drama was pinned in rumors that he gave Meek the reference tracks in retaliation for Drake hooking up with his ex-wife Summer P Walker.
DJ Drama debunked those claims and he recently joined Rory and Mal’s podcast for an episode where he threw Nicki Minaj’s name into the ring of blame for inciting the 2015 Drake-Meek feud further, but didn’t specify exactly what her role was.
“Listen, everybody did something wrong, everybody,” DJ Drama said. “Quentin did something wrong, DJ Drama did something wrong, Drake did something wrong, Meek Mill did something wrong, Nicki Minaj did something wrong, like everybody played a role.”
He continued: “We can sit here today and talk about it. Listen, everyone I named, I love y’all to death. I hope no one takes this the wrong way again. It’s water under the bridge, it went down. It was a Hip Hop moment, like it’s Hip Hop history. Those guys have gotten to tell their true sides of their stories.”