Feuding rappers Drake and Meek Mill reignited their contentious war of words from the summer on Saturday with yet another pair of impassioned diss tracks tearing one another down.
Drake kicked off the renewed feud during the evening when he unveiled an aggressive new single called “Summer Sixteen” — in which he recalls how he embarrassed the “I’m a Boss” rapper when they first started trading barbs last July.
“I let the diss record drop, you were standing right below me,” he raps, before adding, “I could of killed you the first time. You don't have to try and say it louder n----. Trust, we heard you the first time."
After belittling Mill, Drake takes his boastfulness to another level by claiming he’s reached the elevated status of hip-hop mogul Jay Z, rapping: "I used to want to be on Roc-A-Fella, then I turned into Jay.”
But Mill, who sparked the feud in the first place last July by alleging that Drake doesn’t write his own raps, stunningly fired back less than an hour later with his own heated diss anthem, “War Pains.”
In the insult-riddled single, Mill surprisingly responds to several of Drake’s lines from “Summer Sixteen,” which the rapper claims is proof that the Canadian star does, in fact, employ a ghostwriter.
“And you claiming you Hov now?” Mill raps, referring to Jay Z’s nickname in response to Drake’s line.
He then begins to tear down Drake — and his mega-popular dance moves in the music video for his campy hit, “Hotline Bling.”
"Man I hate that s---, n----s be talkin' out they face,” Mill raps. “But soon as you body somethin' they be singin' like they Drake. Wait, n----s dancin' like they fruitcakes, Hotline Bling.”
He then seemed to explain how he had already heard Drake’s new rap before it was released, writing on Instagram that “the ghost writer told me.”
Saturday’s new songs are only the latest installments in the now six-month battle between Drake and Mill.
Shortly after Mill accused Drake of hiring help to write his songs in July, the “Worst Behavior” artist slammed his fellow artist in a pair of ruthless offerings titled "Charged Up” and “Back to Back.”
In the latter, Drake mocked Mill’s billing as the opening act on his girlfriend Nicki Minaj’s “The Pinkprint” world tour.
"You love her then you gotta give the world to her," Drake raps. "Is that a world tour or your girl's tour?"
Mill eventually responded a few days later by once again calling Drake a fraud in his own song, “Wanna Know.”