Still Standing, Still Strong: Quentin Miller Posts New Instagram Photo With Prosthetic Leg

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Thanks for being patient. Falco when it's ❄️❄️❄️❄️…

A photo posted by Q.M. (@quentinmiller__) on

Car Crash Might Be To Blame For Writer’s Lost Leg

Quentin Miller, Drake’s alleged ghostwriter, posted a photo on Instagram showing off his new prosthetic leg. The rumor for Miller was the leg was lost in a bad car accident not too long ago, though he himself has provided no evidence of that being true. Instead, he simply captioned the photo “thanks for being patient. Falco when it’s…” and a bunch of snowflakes ended the caption.

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Quentin Miller, who has been keeping it mostly low-key after being outed at Drake’s alleged ghost writer, recently revealed to the world that his foot has been amputated.

The Atlanta-based MC recently took to Instagram to visually announce his situation. The black-and-white photo posted by Miller shows the rapper’s legs from the calf down. One of his legs has been replaced by a metal prosthetic. “Thanks for being patient. Falco when it’s [cold],” he captioned the pic, likening himself to Falco Lombardi, who has mechanical legs, from the video game series Star Fox.

Miller did not reveal the reason for the amputation. It has been rumored that the rapper was in a bad car accident a few weeks back, and lost his lower leg as a result of his injuries.

Either way, he appears to be in good spirits considering the situation. “Winter… Falco… Won’t be long…❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️,” he tweeted out.

Miller has been trying to gain his footing (no pun) in the rap game, since being called out by Meek Mill and Funkmaster Flex as Drake’s pen man during their infamous blowup last year.

Despite the mess it caused, Q calls collaborating with Drake the biggest moment in his life. “It wasn’t a bad thing,” he told DJ Vlad earlier this year. “I still don’t look at it as a bad thing. It changed my life. It was a great time in my life. It was one of the highlights of my life. I got an opportunity to work with one of the biggest artists in hip-hop.”

Last December, he put out the mixtape, Hey! Thanks A Lot 3, which featured Vic Mensa, Rich The Kid and others, and production from Hit-Boy, C4, Needlz and more.

Prayers and blessings are going out to Quentin Miller. While losing a leg is definitely a sad thing to see, it’s great to see him still being positive about it.

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