Rancorous rapper Meek Mill reignited his long-standing feud with fellow hip-hop star Drake with yet another diss — once again insinuating his Canadian counterpart doesn't write his own lines.
"This is hip-hop, you ain't write it, don't record it. I don't know how they gettin' down 'cross the border," Mill instigates on his verse in the new remix of Fat Joe and Remy Ma's hit, "All the Way Up."
The not-so-subtle barb is the latest salvo fired in the seemingly never-ending back-and-forth between Mill and the "Hotline Bling" rapper.
Mill — the boyfriend of rap superstar Nicki Minaj —sparked the war of words last July when he tweeted that fans shouldn't compare him to Drake because, "He don't write his own raps!"
Drake fired back shortly after with a pair of uninhibited tear-down tracks titled "Charged Up" and "Back to Back," with the latter mocking his nemesis for serving as the opening act on Minaj's "The Pinkprint Tour."
After a few days of radio silence, Mill finally responded with his own song at Drake's expense, “Wanna Know.”
The feud laid dormant for several months but was rejuvenated in January when the rappers traded diss tracks once again, with Mill notably taking a swipe at Drake's campy dance moves in the "Hotline Bling" music video.
This rap battle doesn't look like it's wrapping up anytime soon.