50 Cent took aim at Meek Mill by mocking the latter during a concert in Sweden Sunday over his feud with rapper Drake. The "Outta Control" rapper’s beef with Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend comes just a day after he slammed rapper Rick Ross and actress Vivica A. Fox.

In a recent video posted on social media, 50 Cent is seen referring to Drake’s ongoing battle with Mill, which began after the Philadelphia rapper accused Drake of using a ghostwriter for his songs.

"N---- started the shit," 50 Cent told the Swedish crowd. "It's like you was picking on someone in the schoolyard, and then the m-----------," he continued, before imitating a violent slap-box fight.

50 Cent also reportedly said: “That ‘Back To Back’ s--- is fire… You didn’t hear that s---? That s--- was hot.”

Mill and Drake’s battle erupted on July 21 after the "All Eyes on You" rapper took to Twitter and told people not to compare him with Drake because he doesn't write his own rap songs. Drake responded by releasing two diss songs, "Charged Up" and "Back to Back," while Mill fired back with "Wanna Know."

The feud between the two intensified after some songs in Drake’s mixtape with Future allegedly took shots at the "House Party" rapper and Minaj. Recently, reports surfaced that Mill may be recording a diss track for Drake in collaboration with Sauce Walka.

Over the weekend, 50 Cent reignited his feud with Rick Ross by taking an aim at the rapper's love life and career.

In a now-deleted Instagram post, 50 Cent posted a photo of Ross' tattooed chest on a T-shirt telling his fans that he was going to start selling the shirt for $2.95.

50 Cent also got into a fight with Fox for implying on Andy Cohen's “Watch What Happens Live” that the former and fellow musician Soulja Boy are gay.

Last month, Ross' MMG members Wale and Mill also had a feud when Wale said during a radio interview that the "All Eyes On You" rapper lost his battle with Drake.

Ross quickly jumped in the feud and said the two rappers had squashed it, but Mill took one last shot at Wale last week when he accused the "Matrimony" rapper of being jealous of him.