DJ Drama details the power of social media.
A key element of the Drake-Meek Mill feud this past summer was the release of multiple reference tracks of Quentin Miller, Drake's alleged ghostwriter.
Summer P. Walker, DJ Drama's ex-wife, alleged on Twitter that DJ Drama gave Meek Mill the songs.
Today (January 20), DJ Drama denies any involvement in the beef.
"I definitely am not no leaker of no records," he says on the RapRadar podcast. "The records that I put out, I put out records that people give me blessings to put out. I gotta lay that to rest. None of that shit was from me."
Besides the accusations on Twitter that DJ Drama leaked the tracks, the feud was ignited when Meek Mill alleged on Twitter that Drake didn't write his verse for "R.I.C.O." on the Philadelphia rapper's Dreams Worth More Than Money album.
"My thing more than anything in what we've learned from the whole thing is how powerful social media is," DJ Drama says. "It's like The Force. It can be used for the Dark Side or it can be used for the Good Side. With respect to those guys, that's not really my story to tell. They're gonna have to tell that story. They're gonna have to come and say what it was."