Just days after he dropped an alleged reference track for Drake's "10 Bands," Funkmaster Flex said that he's planning to drop the reference track for his verse on Meek Mill's "R.I.C.O.," the track that started the ghostwriting rumors.

Meek initially got the rumors rolling after tweeting that Drake used a ghostwriter on the "Dreams Worth More Than Money" collaboration, and he added that if he knew Drake didn't write the track he never would have used the verse. The tweets sent the Hip Hop world into a spiral, and Funk Flex added fuel to the fire after posting a snippet of Quentin Miller, the alleged ghostwriter, rapping the beginning lines of "10 Bands." 

"Song #2 !!!! I got the reference track to RICO!!! F***ING TELL ME IM F***ING LYING????? @DRAKE ??????" 

Flex addressed people who believe that he's unfairly targeting Drake, "If Jay or Nas had a reference track I would feel and act the same way. This ain't about Meek or Drake... This is about an art!" 

Check out the rest of Flex's tweets above. 

Source: Twitter