Drake and Meek Mill’s long running feud is heating up once again.
After years of feud drama between the two rappers, Meek appeared to once again add fuel to his and Drake’s feud fire on social media, posting footage of himself rapping along to his Drake diss in the track “Started From The Bottom” after their drama recently reignited over Mill’s girlfriend, Nicki Minaj.
Fans took to Twitter to share footage Mill appeared to post to Snapchat on November 9, in which the rapper can be seen in the car and rapping along to his Drake diss.
Twitter user @IamAkademiks posted the clip, which features strong language, to the social media site, in which Meek can be seen rapping along to his infamous 2015 diss track alongside text that read, “The nerve.”
“Meek Mill ain’t done yet,” the Twitter user captioned the 10-second clip Mill appeared to upload to Snapchat, in which he can be heard rapping, “The nerve of you n****s saying you started from the bottom.”
“Safe to say meek ain’t tryna move to Toronto,” the uploaded joked in the clip’s caption, with Toronto, Canada, being Drake’s hometown.
Other Twitter users were then quick to throw in their two cents to Mill’s latest slam, urging Meek to let his and Drake’s feud finally die after years of drama between the two rappers.
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However, while some fans urged the two rappers to end their years-long feud, others encouraged Drake to his back with yet another diss of his own.
“Now when Drake comes back at him yall better not start crying,” Twitter user @AceFunkBoogie93 wrote of Drake’s potential response to Meek’s latest diss.
Meek Mill’s latest slam referenced one of Meek’s past Drake blasts from August 2015, where the rapper slammed Drake during a performance on girlfriend Nicki Minaj’s “The Pinkprint Tour” in Philadelphia, hitting back at the “Hotline Bling” rapper for claiming that he started from the bottom in a freestyle rap.
According to HipHopDX.com, Mill uttered the now infamous Drake line in the rap, while also slamming the rapper over his relationship with Nicki after confirming during the performance that Minaj was the main reason for their feud.
“See I don’t think it’s bout no rapping it’s about Nicki. He told us he was first in line but it got tricky,” the site reported that Mill rapped of Drake and Minaj. “I still wake up with the lady that you said you first in line with.”
Meek’s apparent nostalgic Drake diss came after several reports that the two rappers had reignited their feud in recent days after sources claimed that Drake was actually looking to date Minaj after breaking up with Rihanna last month, despite Nicki being in a two-year relationship with Meek.
Drake, Meek, and Minaj are yet to comment on the reports, though Drake hasn’t exactly been shy about his love for Nicki in the past, which has only added more fuel to the two rapper’s drama over the years.
Meek most recently demonstrated his disdain for Drake in yet another freestyle rap according to Complex, reportedly dissing the rapper during a Funk Flex Freestyle session in late September.
“Posted up with Nicki, that’s when it get tricky,” Mill rapped of Drake, once again referring to his love for Nicki. “N*****s in they feelings, that’s when it get Drizzy.”
Reports claimed that Drake and Mill’s feud drama then boiled over once again more recently, culminating in Meek banning all of Drake’s music from being played while attending football star Odell Beckham Jr.’s birthday party in New York City.
Page Six alleged that Mill attended the party with Nicki and around 20 of the couple’s friends, but supposedly “requested the DJ change songs” after he heard the DJ was playing Drake’s music.
“His people went nuts,” an onlooker told the site of how Mill and his fellow partygoers, including Minaj, reacted to hearing Drake’s music. “[Meek] didn’t want them to play any music by Drake.”
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