The number one commandment of the hip-hop world is to "keep it real." New evidence gives support to the theory that Drake, one of the most popular rappers, even musicians, in the world, may have broken that sacred law. 

Earlier this week, rapper Meek Mill took to Twitter with allegations that Drake doesn't write his own lyrics. The name Quentin Miller was spotted on the liner notes of several of Drake's recent songs, leading people to allege that he is the rapper's ghostwriter. 

Yesterday, the controversy escalated when legendary DJ Funkmaster Flex "leaked" a song he claimed was a reference track for Drake's popular song "10 Bands," rapped by Miller. 

Drake has yet to respond publicly to the accusations, but his friend, rapper Hitman Holla, posted a screenshot of a conversation they had on the subject on Instagram. 

@champagnepapi my dude and he motivate a young nigga like me!! SAUTE DRIZZY

A photo posted by hitmanholla (@hitmanholla) on

Facts about Meek mill and twitter wars:

 Meek Mill recently broke up with rapper Nicki Minaj. She was not pleased by his social media war with her friend Drake.

 Nicki was involved in her own Twitter beef this week, getting into it with Taylor Swift over MTV Video Music Awards nominations and racism in the music industry.

Cover: Wikipedia