We're going to make this one real quick for you.

For those of you that don't follow "rap beefs", Drake was accused of hiring a ghostwriter by Meek Mill (though, he did give Drake a shoutout last night).

Meek Mill, along with a few industry figures, have suggested Quentin Miller wrote a bunch of lyrics for Drake's latest album, If You're Reading This It's Too Late. The connection being that Miller has credits on six songs from the album.

But wait, that could mean anything, right? Well according to HOT 97's Funkmaster Flex, this is proof of Miller's lyrical involvement:

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"If Drake does write everything," Flex exclaims, "everyone owes him an apology. If he doesn't, I go on the record as [saying] he's a fraud."

Ok, but what does Drake's camp have to say about it? Well Drizzy has been pretty quiet on the subject - we suspect he'll release a track regarding the issue - but his buddy Noah "40" Shebib, less so:

So there we have it. Does Drake have a ghostwriter? Does anyone care? The biggest question might be why we're using the term 'ghostwriter' when Miller is credited. There's nothing ghostly about that.