Meek Mill took to his Instagram account late Thursday to post a cryptic message just a day after he dissed Drake in his "All The Way Up" remix. Mill and Drake's ongoing feud seems to be never-ending as the two rappers have been continuously taking shots at each other since their beef began in July 2015.
"Stay all the way up don't let them them crabs b able to reach you," Nicki Minaj's boyfriend captioned a video he posted on Instagram.
Mill reignited his beef with Drake in a remix to Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s “All the Way Up.” In the song, Mill mentions Drake’s latest album “Views From the 6,” rapping: “Views from the projects. … I’m the prospect.” He then once again accuses Drake of not writing his own lyrics and using a ghostwriter.
“This is hip-hop. You ain’t write it, don’t record it,” Mill raps in the “All the Way Up” remix. “I don’t know how they getting 'cross the border.”
Drake and Mill's feud began last year after the Philadelphia rapper accused the former of using a ghostwriter for his songs. Since then, the two rappers have released several diss tracks targeting each other. The beef also damaged the Canadian rapper’s friendship with Minaj, who has been dating Mill since last year.
Earlier this week, reports surfaced that Drake feels jealous of Mill's relationship with the "Anaconda" singer and thinks the Philadelphia rapper is the "luckiest man" in the world.
According to Hollywood Life, the steamy photos that Minaj posts on Instagram are making Drake have a serious case of lust. "He’s taken screenshots of those images and put one of them as Nicki’s caller ID," the source added.