Quentin Miller leg amputated
Drake’s rumored ghostwriter Quentin Miller reveals in an Instagram post that his foot was amputated. Pictured: Miller at TIDAL X: 1020 in New York, on Oct. 20, 2015. Getty Images

Quentin Miller took to Instagram to reveal some personal news. The Atlanta rapper, who was accused last year of being Drake’s ghostwriter, shared a photo revealing that he recently had his foot amputated.

In the black-and-white shot, Miller is seen standing wearing a pair of Jordans. It appears that his left leg was amputated below the knee. “Thanks for being patient. Falco when it’s [snow flake emojis],” he captioned the photo.

Miller didn’t reveal any more details about his situation, but the rapper’s manager Cam Singletary (aka Coach Cam) told The Fader Saturday that Miller’s amputation is the result of a bad car accident “a couple months back.”

“However, that hasn’t stopped him from making good music, having faith, and living life,” he wrote in an email statement to the outlet. “We can’t wait to be able to reach that [sic] fans that have held us down so far.” Coach Cam also revealed that Miller plans on releasing an album called “Falco” sometime “this winter.”

Miller’s post revealing his amputation is the first time he’s addressed it on social media. However, last month Miller shared an Instagram photo of a bottle of alcohol and a note that read: “Get Well Soon.” The rapper said in the post that it was from singer The Dream. “@thekingdream thanks big bro,” Miller captioned the image.

Miller made headlines several times last year after Meek Mill accused him of being Drake’s ghostwriter. Mill and Drake have been beefing since last year, after the Philadelphia rapper went on a Twitter rant claiming Drake has help writing his songs.

Miller denied the accusations, writing in a blog post last July that he would “never take credit for anything other than a few songs” he and Drake collaborated on. In March, Miller opened up about the drama revealing to VladTV that Mill and his entourage allegedly beat him up because he denied being Drake’s ghostwriter. “This was really my first time talking with Meek,” he explained. “Basically he told me he didn’t appreciate the letter that I dropped, and it made him seem like he was a liar, and they f--king stole off on me in the Nike store and ran. I shed blood in the Nike store.”