Meek Mill claims Drake doesn’t write his own raps

Drizzy appears on Meek Mill's new album 'Dreams Worth More Than Money'

Rapper Meek Mill has accused Drake of not writing his own lyrics.

The Philadelphia rapper released his second album ‘Dreams Worth More Than Money’ in June, with Drake featuring on the track ‘R.I.C.O’.

Appearing to take offence to the Toronto hip-hop star failing to post a promotional link for the album via Twitter, Mill wrote on Twitter: “Stop comparing me to Drake too…he don’t write his own raps!”, alleging that Drake uses a ghostwriter for his hits.


Mill later alluded to bad blood between the two rappers after he “found out” the “truth” about Drake’s songwriting. He also claims that he’d have dropped Drake’s feature from his album if he had known prior.


Mills’ tweets also suggested the revelation to be an open secret in the rap world, adding: “Other artist know tho? lil Wayne and Nicki know ….. Ask em they gone act like they don’t see them tweets”.

See the tweets in question below.


Meanwhile, Drake recently spoofed a number of high profile names, including Kanye West and Miley Cyrus, in the video for his mixtape track ‘Energy’.

The video for ‘Energy’ sees the Canadian rapper morph into something looking like Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’ video as well as West’s infamous ‘Bound 2’ video and Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein adverts.

Elsewhere in the promo he poses as both Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey, the latter spoofing her 2005 interview with Tom Cruise when he declared his love for Katie Holmes.