Over the ever-growing collection of summer pop music beefs (Minaj v. Swift, Drake v. Meek Mill, Action Bronson v. Ghostface Killah, you take your pick), rapper Quentin Miller has effectively fired back at Philadelphia rapper Meek Miller over his recent allegations that Drake has a ghostwriter for his songs.

Via his own Tumblr page, Miller, who had been suggested as Drake's ghostwriter, says; "I am not and never will be a 'ghostwriter' for Drake ... I'm proud to say that we’ve collaborated/... but I could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together ..."

The allegations began after a series of rants by Meek Mill on Twitter from July 21st, including this one:

Later after dropping the supposed bomb, he simply named dropped Miller, insinuating the Atlanta rapper is the writer behind Drake.

Since Meek Mill's rants, nothing much of substance has been released that backs up his claims, which includes rejections of the accusation from Miller and Drake's friend and producer Noah Shebib, who said:

No response on the topic has been heard from Drake as of yet, and there likely never will be. But questions do remain, as The 405 wondered earlier today. While it appears Meek Mill's accusation will go unfounded, except for those who dislike Drake and want to believe it regardless, rap musicians are held to a different standard than mainstream pop artists, who often have numerous writing partners for projects. Samantha O' Conner writes, "Legitimacy and lyricism has always been held on a pedestal in hip-hop culture but as the genre began to alter and spiral into the mainstream, it mutated, barring pop-like tendencies, attention and the pressures associated with that. Rap principles changed with its growing fanbase and the greats are just as guilty as joining the domain of smoke and mirrors. Jay Z has written for Dr. Dre, Kanye West uses an entire team of writers and artists like Kendrick Lamar and Freddie Gibbs have even formally admitted to being ghostwriters for other rappers in the game. So where does authenticity lay now?"

She continues, "So whatever the case, whether you're #TeamDrake, #TeamMeek or Team #WuTangForever, Drake will probably still come out of this on top, because with his upcoming album Views From The Six dropping this year, Meek has just fuelled the hype surrounding it. Because there's no doubt that we'll be listening, album credits or not."