This might be the best diss Drake’s ever had.
The hip-hop star slammed his long-running rap rival Meek Mill once again Sunday during a concert in Philadelphia — his nemesis’ stomping grounds.
Drake, who has traded barbs with the lesser-known rapper since last summer, belittled his foe by changing up the lyrics to the take-down track he wrote about him last year, “Back to Back.”
“I did another one, I even did this s— in Philly, man, I’ll never run,” he rapped, changing the lyrics to mock Mill more directly in front of his fellow Philadelphians.
But he wasn’t done there. After the song concluded, Drake dropped the proverbial mic by issuing a pointed word of advice to Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend.
“Just remember, when you watch that video over and over tonight, it’s not about your city,” Drake declared in front of the roaring crowd. “I Love your city. You did that s–t to your motherf—ing self, boy.”
Likewise, Canadian rapper seemed to belittle Meek Mill once again by rapping “you not really from Philly and they can tell” while performing his song “Still Here.”
The latest round of insults came a day after Drake switched up the words to “Back to Back” at his Washington D.C. concert to call Meek Mill a “p—y.”
The contentious war of words began last year, when Meek Mill suggested on Twitter that Drake doesn’t write the wordsto his songs.
Drake rapidly fired back with a pair of diss tracks, including “Back to Back,” and the two have exchanged lyrical affronts ever since.
Most recently, Meek Mill aggressively reiterated his accusation against his Toronto-born counterpart in a remix of Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s hit “All the Way Up.”
“This is hip-hop, you ain’t write it, don’t record it,” he raps in his verse. “I don’t know how they gettin’ down ‘cross the border.”
Mill, who was recently released from house arrest in Philly, is yet to respond to Drake’s latest verbal attack.