A scorned woman’s Twitter rant might have blown the lid off the origins of the reference tracks at the center of the Drake and Meek Mill battle.
On Monday (Nov. 2), model and former video vixen Summer P. Walker took to Twitter for a long tirade against her ex-husband, DJ Drama, and alleges among other things that he was the source that gave Meek Mill the reference tracks recorded by Quentin Miller that later became hits for Drake.
In a series of tweets, Walker accuses Drama of being too broke to pay alimony, being with a woman that doesn’t like kids though he has three, and giving Meek the famed reference tracks as payback for Miller not working with him.
“maybe we should talk about how you couldn’t do a lump sum payment because you are broke? @djdrama because I would’ve rather that …Or how you told me that you gave Meek Drake’s reference tracks to make him feel better about Quinten not wanting to work with him?” Walker writes.
As is widely known, Drake and Meek engaged in a rough battle that began when the Philly rhymer took to Twitter and accused Drake of using Miller as his ghostwriter. Funkmaster Flex soon jumped in the fray by premiering the reference tracks on his radio show before the artists exchanged a few dis records with the consensus being that Drizzy emerged victorious.
Walker’s rant may also shed some light on some lyrics by Drake on he and Future’s collaborative mixtape album, What A Time To Be Alive, when the OVO leader referenced “higher-ups” coming “together as a collective with conspiracies to end (his) run” before later shouting out Walker in the song, as well.
Check out Walker’s Twitter rant below.