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Radio veteran Funkmaster Flex has unleashed some serious fury toward Young Money’s Drake amid various ghostwriting and reference tracks drama this week.

Flex fired off handfuls of shots toward Drizzy on social media for allegedly having artists behind some of his standout tunes heading into the weekend.

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Check out what Drake’s rumored ghostwriter said about the accusations on the next page…

Musician Quentin Miller penned an open message to defend his own image and explained his relationship with Drizzy Friday (July 24).

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Drake’s producer 40 went on an epic Twitter tirade Wednesday (July 22) night to speak out on the ghostwriter drama.

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40’s remarks came after Funkmaster Flex released an alleged reference track with Drizzy’s rumored ghostwriter.

The song is “10 Bands” … and Quentin Miller’s version is damn near identical to Drake’s. Funkmaster Flex first played it late Wednesday on NYC’s Hot 97 … throwing gasoline on the fire Meek started by accusing Drake of not writing his own raps — a HUGE insult in hip hop. Meek and a few other rappers are claiming Drake used Quentin’s take as a reference to record his final version. For what it’s worth … Miller does have credits on several Drake tracks, including “10 Bands.” (TMZ)