Although Meek Mill is on house arrest, due to his 90-day sentence for parole violations, he had to refute a story made about him from Drake’s alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller.

Apparently, in a VladTV interview, Miller revealed that the Philadelphia rhymer and his entourage assaulted him while he was shopping inside a Nike store in Beverly Hill, Calif.

To give you the backstory on this, Meek was embroiled in a rap feud with Drake last year where he claimed that Miller was Drake's ghostwriter. Subsequently, Miller wrote a lengthy missive on his Tumblr page denying Meek’s accusations. The Philly rapper then ran up on Miller and beat him up - allegedly.

“[I] shed blood in the Nike store on Wilshire,” Miller recalls in his VladTV interview. “I was walking to the Nike store and he approached me. This was really my first time talking with Meek and basically he told me that he didn’t appreciate the letter that I dropped and it made him seem like he was a liar and whatnot. And then they f---ing [beat me up] in the Nike store and ran."

On Saturday (March 26), Meek went on his Instagram account to denied Miller's story. In a photo, a man has a bewildered look on his face with the quotes "What"?

The 28-year-old rapper posted another picture of what appears to be a cup of lobster bisque from Wawa food market. The caption reads, "Haters coming faster Den I ever seen them come b4."

Is Meek saying that Miller is a crab? We don't know who to believe at this point.

What do you think? Do you believe that Meek Mill and his crew ran up on Quentin Miller and delivered the fade over the ghostwriting flap? Tell us in the comments below.

Watch Quentin Miller's Interview with VladTV

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