DJ Drama's ex-wife, Summer Walker, is airing out all of their personal business and throwing some big names into the mix. Walker decided to use Twitter as her platform and is claiming that it was Drama who gave Drake's reference tracks to Meek Mill, which ended up on Hot 97 via Funk Flex this summer.

On Monday (Nov. 2), Walker began dishing the dirt against her ex-husband because he didn't pay his alimony. But in the midst of the heated tweets, she also revealed Drama gave Meek the tracks that featured Quentin Miller singing Drake's songs. He supposedly sent the Maybach Music Group rapper the songs so he could "feel better" about Miller, who is allegedly Drake's ghostwriter, refusing to work with him.

"When someone doesn't stick to what they say pay attention to that. That let's you know a lot about a person. #Referencetracks," she tweeted before listing a series of things she can put on blast for Twitter.

"Or maybe we should talk about how you couldn't do a lump sum payment because you are broke? @djdrama because I would've rather that," she tweeted before adding, "Or how you told me that you gave Meek Drake's reference tracks to make him feel better about Quinten not wanting to work with him? @djdrama."

She also gave some solid insight on how friends should behave. "Smh kept saying you love Drake as you told me your side but you don't s--- on one friend to make another friend feel better," tweeted Walker. Truth.

Drama did respond, according to Complex, but the tweet has since been deleted. "The 1st was a Sunday. Your alimoney will be paid tomorrow. @summerwalker . Cool?" he apparently tweeted. He hasn't made any remarks on whether the allegations are true though.

Quentin Miller has denied writing any rhymes for Drake. More than four months later and the beef between Meek and Drizzy is still going strong.

Check out Summer Walker's tweets below.

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