Long story short, Mill apparently put Drake on blast for failing to support the release of his new album, going so far as to accuse Drake of using a ghost writer. The entire thing is pretty lame; Mill — who owes a great deal of his success to Drake collaborations — provides no real evidence to his claims other than the name of a writer already credited on a handful of Drake songs.
So, yeah, a flimsy accusation at best — but that hasn’t stopped the Internet from having a little fun at Drake’s expense.
Whoever runs Tesco’s social media account has already claimed today’s MVP. And it’s not even 10:30 a.m. in Chicago.