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As the beef between Drake and Pusha T is reaching a fever pitch, following Push’s “The Story Of Adidon” that he unleashed to the world last night, at the center of the feud remains alleged Drake ghostwriter, Quentin Miller. As promised, Quentin is now addressing his involvement with Drizzy, as well as the back and forth between Drake and Pusha, on a new track, “Destiny (Freestyle).”

Delivered last night, Miller raps, “I don’t even want the crown, I’m just doing me,” also noting “I’m more than just a prop, you know? Or a pawn. I’m a person too, you know? I didn’t ask for none of this.”

In addition to rapping about Drake and Pusha T, Quentin also took the time to shout out his Young Money label mate, Nicki Minaj, adding, “Nicki goin’ off, she ain’t never met me.”

All of this arrives as Pusha T recently reignited his ongoing beef with Drake on his new album, Daytona, specifically on “Infrared,” again, as he made mention of Quentin Miller ghostwriting for Drizzy. Following, Drake released his “Duppy Freestyle” and “I’m Upset,” of course taking aim at Push. Last night, however, the G.O.O.D. Music president responded in a major way, as he got extremely personal on the aforementioned “The Story Of Adidon.”

How will Drake react? We’ll all have to wait and see.

For more, see how Twitter responded to Pusha T’s ether of Drake on “The Story Of Adidon.”

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