Since Meek Mill took to Twitter Tuesday and accused Drake of not writing “his own raps,” fans of both artists have been eagerly awaiting a response from the Canadian rapper. Finally, Drake has broken his silence and responded to Mill’s songwriting diss, although not where everyone could see it.

Drake aired his thoughts about Mill’s Twitter rant via a direct message on Instagram to a friend, rapper Hitman Holla, E!News reported. Hitman Holla reached out to Drake to show his support and then shared a screenshot of the DM Instagram conversation on Twitter.

In the Instagram conversation, Hitman Holla started by calling out Mill’s “foolishness” and told his fellow rapper to “keep killing” it. He wrote, "I see da foolishness.  You know me and Showw not buying it. You our guy. Keep killing. You motivate n----- like us."

Hitman Holla then messaged lyrics from one of Drake’s songs, "5 AM in Toronto."  He wrote:  "I show love, never get the same out of n----- I guess it's funny how money can make change out of n-----, for real."

Drake’s response was very zen and wise. The Canadian rapper first sent a couple of praying hands emojis, showing appreciation for his friend’s support. He then wrote:  "I signed up for greatness. This comes with it."

The fracas started after the MTV Video Music Award nominations were announced and Mill took to Twitter, claiming that Drake does not write his own raps,