Quentin Miller, Drake's rumored ghostwriter, slammed rumors claiming he dissed the "Legends" rapper in his new song "Cease and Desist." Miller was clearly fed up with people assuming he was trying to take jabs at the hip-hop artist, and vented on Twitter Thursday that fans were reading too much into his lyrics.

"Y'all thirsty for beef man.. Crazy.. It’s just rap… I’m a rapper in case Y'all forgot," Miller wrote, adding in another tweet, "There will never be a QM diss track to that man… EVER! Sorry to disappoint… #1317.” 

Rumors of a supposed feud between Drake and Miller started earlier this week when the writer released his latest song "Cease and Desist." Even though Miller never mentioned Drake by name, fans thought he was trying to bash the Canadian artist when he rapped the line "Gave these n----- some of the hottest songs of the year and I'm still underrated."

It’s been rumored for months that Miller helped Drake write a few of his songs. Accusations that the "Energy" rapper used a ghostwriter first popped up in July when Meek Mill went on a Twitter rant slamming Drake for not writing his verse on Miller's song "R.I.C.O."

The Twitter jab led to both rappers bashing each other repeatedly over diss tracks. As previously reported, Miller was dragged into another rumored Drake feud earlier this month when fans speculated that the rapper was beefing with Pusha-T again after the “Mercy” rapper appeared on the Hit-Boy song "Bussin' Moves" with Miller. Hit-Boy, however, slammed the reports telling Genius Pusha-T's verse had nothing to do with Drake.