Meek Mill was hit back by fans again Thursday after the Philadelphia rapper posted another “facts” quote on his Instagram account. This is the second time this week that social media users lashed out at Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend for losing in his feud with Drake.

On Thursday, Mill posted an image of a quote that reads: “By staying strong in your convictions, you will prevail.”

It was unclear if Mill was taking a shot at Drake or referencing to his beef with label mate Wale, but fans took to the comments section of the cryptic post, asking him to apologize for his feud.

“Meek ... Just go head and apologize to Drake and Wale , so you can finally sleep at night ...,” one fan wrote.

“Not in this lifetime meek, you have to reconcile with what you did or else karma will not be kind. You did wrong, that is why it is still bugging you and you're fighting to prove yourself once again. This is just an opinion,” another user wrote.

On Tuesday, social media users fired back at Mill for putting up a post about “integrity.”

“Lol your the one that started the beef with Drake. Drake didn't want to beef with you but you force him to respond.. And now you posting this message?! Smh check yourself bruh.. Your the one that tried to bully a singing n---- because you thought you can win, now look at you, got bodied lol..,” a user wrote Tuesday.

Mill and Drake got into a public spat 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 with 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, titled “What a Time to Be Alive,” allegedly took aim at the “House Party” rapper and his girlfriend Minaj. Drake had previously confessed his love for Mill’s girlfriend.

On Tuesday, rumors surfaced that Rick Ross joined Mill and Drake's feud after he sided with Minaj's boyfriend and slammed the Canadian rapper over their ongoing feud in his latest song "Color Money."

On Thursday, Mill posted the cover of Ross' new album "Black Market" on his Instagram account.


Out nowwwwwww _______ @richforever

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