Ever since Meek Mill set off a firestorm last night suggesting Drake did not write his own material, the rappers #1 collaborator Noah “40” Shebib, is coming to his defense.
The Canadian hitmaker, who has worked with Drake since the beginning of his career, took to Twitter to address Meek’s that a ghostwriter penned Drake’s verse on “R.I.C.O.” In a series of tweets, the press-shy producer acknowledged that the alleged ghostwriter, Quentin Miller, contributed to Drake’s mixtape If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and is also credited for it. However, that does not take away from Drizzy’s accomplishments as a writer.
“I see da foolishness,” Hitman wrote in a supportive message to Drake. “You know me and Showw not buying it. U our guy. Keep killing. You motivate ni**as like us!”
The Missouri rapper quoted lyrics from Drake’s “5 AM in Toronto”: “I show love, never get the same outta ni**as / I guess it’s funny how money can make change out of ni**as foreal.”
Drizzy responded with the praying hands emoji, adding, “I signed up for greatness. This comes with it.”