Rapper Meek Mill's feud with rival Drake led to violence inside a Beverly Hills Nike store, Drake's collaborator Quentin Miller claims.
In an exclusive interview with VladTV.com, Miller said he got sucker punched in a confrontation with Mill and his entourage at the store on Wilshire Boulevard last year.
He said the incident followed Mill's claim last July that Drake used Miller to ghostwrite his raps - and Miller's subsequent denial that was the case.
"I was walking to the Nike store and he approached me, and this was really my first time really talking with Meek, and basically he told me like you know, he ain't appreciate the letter that I dropped and it made him seem like he was a liar," Miller told VladTV.
He said Mill and his crew wanted him to address the situation in front of some nearby paparazzi, but Miller declined, he said.
"It wasn't like a jump situation. It was more like a steal situation," he said.
"It was like they kind of left and then one of his men came back with his phone out. He was like, 'Yo, I need you to go on camera saying you apologize to Meek Mill and everything you said is a lie.' And I was just like, 'Nah man, I'm not doing that,'" he recalled.
"And like mid-conversation, like mid me saying that, just pow," he said.
"They just followed me in the Nike store, yeah, and just popped off in the Nike store," he said.
Miller declined to name exactly who struck him.
"I shed blood in the Nike store," he said with a laugh.
Miller said he didn't ask to be swept up in the rappers' beef and had no plans to retaliate.
"I'm a suburban kid. I'm from Gwinnett County (Georgia), like I'm not a violent person," he said.
"What kind of points are you getting off of that?" he said, referring to the assault. "If that's what you want to do, that's what you want to do. I'm one of the most peaceful, like, nicest motherf----s that you'll ever meet."
He said he didn't call cops or file a police report.
"You can have it. You can have the tough title. That doesn't do anything for me," he said.
Meek Mill, whose real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams, is now serving 90 days of house arrest in Philadelphia for a probation violation related to a 2008 gun possession and drug case.
The 28-year-old "Tupac Back" singer has violated his probation several times, most recently with an unapproved trip to Los Angeles to escort girlfriend Nicki Minaj to the American Music Awards.