It turns out that the Meek Mill and Drake beef did get physical, but it was Drake's alleged ghostwriter who actually got roughed up. In a new interview with Vlad TV, Quentin Miller reveals that Meek Mill's crew attacked him at the Nike store in Los Angeles last year. Miller was shown a clip of podcaster Taxstone speaking on a rumor he heard about the incident before Miller confirmed it.

"It's true, it's true, it's true," Miller says. "They caught me... We was walking, we was in L.A., I was walking to the Nike store and he approached me. And this was really my first time talking with Meek and basically he told me he ain't appreciate the letter I dropped and it made him seem like he was a liar and what not. And they fucking stole off on me in the Nike store and ran. I shed blood in the Nike store on Wilshire."

Quentin Miller explained that Meek Mill tried to get him in front of the paparazzi, but he refused to do it. After that, Meek and his crew followed Miller into the store.

"They tried to get me in front of paparazzi at first," he says. "We kind of caught each other. I was getting out the Uber and we kind of caught each other. And then he sent his man. He was like, 'Yo, come over. Meek wants to talk to you.' And I was like, 'I don't wanna go in front of paparazzi.' Like I don't wanna do that. And so like, they followed me into the Nike store and just popped off in the Nike store."

Taxstone also brought up some information on the origin of Meek Mill getting the Drake reference tracks, including the allegation that Meek was trying to get Quentin Miller to write for him. Miller refused to confirm any of that.

"As far as details about all that other shit, I mean... Hey man, I'm not going into detail about that," Miller says. "DJ Drama, I'ma always have love and respect for DJ Drama. As far as Meek and them, I don't get them. I don't get how he moves or like why they make the decisions they make. But I guess that's just who they are."

Check out the full interview above for more details on the incident including how Quentin Miller chose not to call the cops.

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