Meek Mill posted a cryptic Instagram message Sunday that several social media users linked to his feud with Drake. The post came after the “Back to Back” rapper took a jab at Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend during the 2016 NBA All-Star Weekend Friday night.

On Friday night, Drake coached opposite Kevin Hart for the celebrity basketball game. Before the match began, the Canadian rapper appeared for an interview with Sage Steele and Hart. During the interview, Drake was asked about matching up against Hart, to which the latter made a reference to Philadelphia — the hometown of both Hart and Mill.

“I mean, if we’re talking city versus city, it’s been a tough year for you,” Drake said. Just after Drake said those words, Steele, Hart and the crowd reacted with laughter.

Although Drake made no direct reference to Mill, according to reports, the 29-year-old rapper’s words were aimed at Minaj’s boyfriend.

On Sunday, Mill posted a photo of money and diamond studded chain and watches on Instagram, captioning it: “Team strong… Money long.”

Several of Mill’s followers took to the comments section of the photo to link it to his ongoing feud with Drake, which began in July last year.

Drake and Mill’s feud, which erupted with Minaj’s boyfriend accusing the former of using ghostwriters for his songs, heated up after the two rappers continued their diss tracks last month.

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

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.