It's been almost six months since Meek Mill released a Drake diss song, but the Philadelphia rapper surprised fans Saturday by dropping "I'm Da Plug Freestyle" from his EP "4/4."

The track, posted on Mill's SoundCloud page, takes aim at Drake for allegedly using a ghostwriter. Mill's accusations that the 29-year-old has someone else write his songs is what started their beef in July.

“Jumpman, Jumpman, Jumpman," Mill raps in the song referencing a track Drake and Future did together. "Ain’t nobody nobody tell ‘em this ain’t what they want, man / You ain’t really write it, I’m like ‘who’s your stuntman?’”

Mill's fans seem to like "I'm Da Plug Freestyle" a lot better than his first Drake diss song, "Wanna Know." The 28-year-old rapper, who's dating Nicki Minaj, released the song in July but quickly took it down after fans bashed him over it and said the song was not good. Check out reactions to “I’m Da Plug Freestyle” below:

So far, Drake has not responded to Mill's latest diss but it's been rumored that the "Hotline Bling" rapper will take jabs at Mill on his album "Views From The 6."

Meanwhile, comedian and actor Kevin Hart recently opened up about Drake and Mill's ongoing feud and said that he told both rappers to leave each other alone.

“That was my thing with Meek. Look, at the end of the day, you’re Meek Mill now,” he said during a radio interview. “You may not understand what that means, but other people do … Get back to getting in the studio and let [the beef] go.” 

The "Ride Along 2" star also said he told Drake he needs to "get back to being Drake the superstar."

You can listen to Mill's "I'm Da Plug Freestyle" below.