50 Cent once again pulled Nicki Minaj into his ongoing feud with Meek Mill. The “Outta Control” rapper slammed Minaj’s boyfriend during his concert at B.B. King’s Blues Club in New York City Saturday night.

50 Cent, who was performing at the event to promote the release of his new mixtape “The Kanan Tape,” called out to the Philadelphia rapper saying that “all you can do is run to Nicki.” 50 Cent’s reference to his ongoing beef with Mill made the crowd chanting, “F--- Meek Mill.” 50 Cent later joked, “From now on, no more competition with n----- that didn’t sell over one million records.”

This is not the first time 50 Cent dragged the “Anaconda” singer into his beef with Mill. After Mill took shots at 50 Cent in his latest track, which dropped earlier this month, the “Power” star took the fight to Instagram by posting a photo of the Philadelphia rapper’s face Photoshopped on a poop emoji, writing: “LMAO Hey s--- head, your career is over already. you better focus on getting Nikki pregnant so you can at least get child support girl. new meek emoji lol.”

While 50 Cent continues taking shots at Mill, the “House Party” rapper is reigniting his feud with rival Drake.

Over the weekend, the feud between Drake and Mill heated up after the two rappers continued their diss tracks.

Drake released his latest new single, “Summer Sixteen” late Saturday, following which Mill dropped the second installment of his “4/4” mixtape during Saturday’s stream of OVO Sound Radio.

In the final track of the new “4/4 Part 2” EP, titled “War Pain,” Mill slammed Drake with the lyrics: “See an OVO chain, probably take that s---,” and adding, “You ain’t write it n---- we caught ya/ Can’t erase that s---/ And you claiming you Hov, now why you state that s---?”

In “Summer Sixteen,” Drake hinted that he checked into the same hotel as Mill when he dropped the diss track “Back to Back,” according to reports.

Mill later took to his Instagram account to slam the Canadian rapper over his latest track, suggesting that Drake’s alleged ghostwriter, Quentin Miller, leaked the lyrics of the latest track to him.

You can watch the video from 50 Cent's concert here.