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The rapper took the stage in Washington D.C. for the latest stop on his Summer Sixteen tour over the weekend and wasn't afraid to throw another jab at Nicki Minaj's beau.
While performing his 2015 diss track "Back to Back"—which was one of several aimed at Meek during their feud last summer—Drake changed up one of the lyrics, rapping: "I did another one, I did another one/That p---y still ain't did s--t about the other on." The original lyrics read, "you still ain't did s--t about the other one."
This nigga Drake popping hella shit and he in Philly tomorrow ??. pic.twitter.com/es2HPdcXKx— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) August 21, 2016
Essentially, Drake suggests Meek never actually dissed him, despite releasing his own diss track "Wanna Know."
But where exactly did this all start? Let's take a look back at a brief history of the rappers' feud...
Stop comparing drake to me too.... He don't write his own raps! That's why he ain't tweet my album because we found out! ??— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) July 22, 2015
It all started with a tweet from Meek on July 21, 2015, in which he suggested Drake uses ghostwriters.
He wrote, "Stop comparing drake to me too.... He don't write his own raps! That's why he ain't tweet my album because we found out."
He continued, tweeting again, "He ain't even write that verse on my album and if I woulda knew I woulda took it off my album..... I don't trick my fans! Lol."
While Drake didn't respond publicly, he did respond to a friend in a direct message on Instagram.
"I signed up for greatness. This comes with it," Drizzy wrote.
The following day, Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex released what he called a reference track for Drake's "10 Bands," which showed Quentin Miller spitting Drake's lyrics on the song and seemed to prove Drizzy didn't write the song.
Miller took to his Twitter account to explain, "I am not and never will be a 'ghostwriter' for Drake. I'm proud to say that we've collaborated but I could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together."
But that didn't stop Meek from taking a few more jabs at the "Right Hand" rapper.
During a Virgina show on Nicki Minaj's Pinkprint tour a few days later, Meek apologized to his lady for getting "crazy" on Twitter, and then gave a not-so-friendly "shout out" to Drake. "Shout out to Drake," Meek told the crowd. "Let him be great in all the motherf--king lanes he great in. But I'm gon' still be the realest n---a in this bitch."
This eventually led to Drizzy's first diss track, "Charged Up," which he dropped later that week.
"Rumor has it, there's something that only I know/ Rumor has it, I steer this shit with my eyes closed," he rapped. "Rumor has it, I either f--ked her or I never could/ But rumor has it, hasn't done you n---as any good."
He also rapped, "I stay silent 'cause we're at war and I'm very patient/ 6 God is watching/ I just hope you're prepared to face him/ I'm charged up/ Wow, I'm honored you think this is staged/ I'm flattered, man/ In fact, I'm amazed."
I can tell he wrote that 1 tho......— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) July 26, 2015
Meek acknowledged the track in a tweet, writing, "Baby lotion soft" and later adding, "I can tell he wrote that 1 tho."
A few days later, before Meek was even able to respond in his own diss track, Drizzy released another diss track, "Back to Back."
"This for y'all that think that I don't write enough/ They just mad 'cause I got the Midas touch," he raps in the three-minute track.
Drizzy also addressed the fact that Meek was opening Minaj's 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."
And the insults didn't end there. Drizzy continued, "Trigger fingers turn to Twitter fingers / You gettin' bodied by a singin' n---a."
Finally, on July 31, Meek Mill proved his much-awaited response with his own track that left Drake laughing.
Nicki's man rapped about Drake's alleged ghostwriting and his feuds with both Chris Brown and Sean "Diddy" Combs.
"I just wanna know, if you ain't write that running through the six s--t / Tell us who the f--k was Quentin running through the six with?" he rapped. "Running through the six with my woes / Counting money you know how it goes / All the real live forever, baby / And the fake get exposed / N---as writing for you cause you know you never did s--t."
Drake responded with a photo of himself laughing, while the rest of the Internet began expressing similar feelings about Meek.
Eventually, the feud was commemorated in memes poking fun at the Philadelphia rapper and picking Drake as the reigning champion of the feud. So when Drizzy took the stage at his OVO Fest in August of last year, he used the memes as the background imagery for his "Back to Back" and "Charged Up" performance, donning a "Free Meek Mill" t-shirt during sound check for the show.
The Internet had a field day with the fact that Drake pretty much obliterated Nicki's beau during OVO Fest, and new memes spread even quicker than before.
While Meek didn't respond with another diss track, he did freestyle a response to Drake and threatened to give him a wedgie.
Meek rapped, "I don't think it's 'bout no rapping — it's 'bout Nicki.' I still wake up with the lady that you said you first in line with."
He added, "When I see them n---as, I might give them n---as a f--kin' wedgie. F--kin' suckers."
Meek seemed to end the feud with his terrible freestyle when he took to Instagram in mid-August to share a note with his followers: "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.. Ima take blame for it even tho 'I can stand' anything I do or say and n----az know. Everybody know everybody watching and anything beyond what's going on is stupid to b reacting on about a bunch of n---as just tryna get on and in the game.. I been in these streets having money for a long time now 'shining hard' and need had a problem with I came up from nothing and my name good."
However, in May 2016 (nearly a year later), Meek released a remix of Fat Joe and Remy Ma's "All the Way Up" which included yet a few more choice words for his foe.
"This is hip-hop / You ain't write it, don't record it / I don't know how they gettin' down 'cross the border," he says on the track, which also features Fabolous.
Since then, the ball had moved into Drake's court, and it looks like his latest "p---y" shout out may have been in response.