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Meek Mill, Drake

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We're feeling a Meek Mill vs. Drake feud about to be reignited...

There's been a lot of anticipation over the Mill's upcoming mixtape, DreamChasers 4. Considering it will be his first return to music since his feud with the "Energy" rapper over the summer, people can't help but wonder if he'll use the opportunity to strike back—you know, since the Internet deemed Drake the winner during their intense rap battle.

Well, in a new snippet from the album (posted by Complex), it definitely sounds like Mill is trying to get in a few more jabs.  The lyrics read: "When I was saying s--t about the rhymes you ain't wrote/ I can't wait until we run into ya/ I'ma put a gun in ya."

Though he never mentions Drake by name, the lyrics definitely seem to reference the ghostwriting allegations Mill made that first ignited the rappers' feud.

Drake and Mill started to fight in July after Mill's accusation, which launched a rap battle between the two. Both released their own diss tracks and even a couple of memes. Mill's first diss track caught fans by surprise, as it consisted mostly of a bunch of loud screaming. He stepped it up when Drake released his own song, firing back with a second song, chock full of insulting lyrics.

Drake took the war a step further during his OVO festival when he showcased some of the Internet's best memes about their feud during his performance and even wore a "Free Meek Mill" shirt.

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However, Mill seemingly ended the battle when he posted (then subsequently deleted) a lengthy Instagram that called for a ceasefire.

"We really only focusing on making it out that's the only war we fighting…" Meek began his post. "I'm not entertaining no rap/real beef over drake s/o rapper! I can't fall for the oldest trick in the book and I never shoulda entertained it bcuz it won't bring me no money or success."

He added, "I don't feel like I gotta try to prove myself to the people and end up in a real situation over this fake rap s--t! I'm just on some next level s--t wit it tryna touch some real paper… All this killer s--t on social media is like walking ya self into prison and that ain't my lifestyle and don't really make sense to me…. I'm getting way too much money to even process the thought of throwing it away about n---as talking about each other like girls they just was claiming they was cool with and at the end of the day they all just tryna get on! All I can say is do ya thing but n---as better smarten up!"

There's no release date set for DreamChasers 4 yet, but we're anticipating a bit more drama to come with the drop.