Meek Mill has found himself in yet another feud.
The rapper famously entered into a back-and-forth diss feud with Drake in 2015, but now he's going at it with 50 Cent, who escalated their fight over the weekend when his concert crowd starting chanting "f--k Meek Mill" at various times throughout his performance.
Their fight began when Mill released his EP, 4-4, which features a song called, "Gave 'Em Hope," which calls the "In Da Club" rapper out for filing for bankruptcy while flaunting his wealth on Instagram. As soon as 50 heard the track, he took to Instagram to initiate a social media war, also dragging Mill's girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, into it.
But after a quiet couple of days, 50 cent came back in a big way.
Instead of posting jabs on social media, 50 addressed his audience. "From now on, no more competition with n----s that didn't sell over one million records," he said in between songs. His first two albums, Get Rich or Die Tryin' and The Massacre, are both certified platinum.
He also attacked Mill's relationship with the "Anaconda" singer once again. "All you can do is run to Nicki," he slammed. "You know how you know a n---a a p---y if a crazy n---a at the door, banging on the door and n---a send his bitch first."
Even though Mill has his hands full with his ongoing feud with the "Outta Control" rapper, there hasn't yet been a peace offering with Drake. That fight began when the "House Party" performer accused Drake of using ghostwriters. Each rapper subsequently released diss tracks to take down the other, and Drake went after Mill's relationship with the "Starships" singer, too, and how he opened up for her Pinkprint Tour.
"You love her then you gotta get a world tour / Is that a world tour or your girl's tour? / I know that you gotta be a thug for her / This ain't what she meant when she told you to open up more."
We'll just have to wait and see what Mill has to say to 50's concert insults.
Look back at Drake from the 2010 VMAs.