Drake thinks Meek Mill looks “awful” and “bleak” in his photo shoot with Nicki Minaj for GQ magazine. The latest diss from Drake comes as Mill slammed the Canadian rapper during his interview with the magazine. 

According to Hollywood Life, Drake could not read Mill’s GQ interview because of the horrible pictures of the Philadelphia rapper. The ongoing feud between Drake and Mill reignited after the former slammed Minaj’s boyfriend in his newly released mixtape with Future, titled “What a Time to Be Alive.” Mill addressed his feud with Drake during his GQ interview, saying that he does not regret that the two are at war with each other.

"Drake thought GQ stood for Gentleman’s Quarterly. He didn’t see a gentleman in that photo spread. Meek looked bleak,” a source told Hollywood Life. “They say that clothes don’t make a man; the man makes the clothes. But just like oil and water, Meek and finer attire don’t mix. Drake thought he looked awful in all those pictures. Just hideous. It’s not the photographer's fault either.

“Even the great Annie Leibovitz couldn’t capture a side of Meek that’s flattering. He just doesn’t have one. Not to be cocky or anything, but after seeing Meek in the magazine, Drake pulled out a few of his old GQ Covers, smiled, and said ‘damn I look good,'” the source went on to add.

In his GQ interview, Mill did not apologize for starting the feud with Drake and instead said that “of course you know Meek Mill never regrets anything.”

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."

Meanwhile, Drake cleared the air about a feud with Minaj, according to Urban Islandz, which claimed the “Back to Back” rapper said that his song “Diamonds Dancing” off his new mixtape is not about the “Anaconda” singer or any beef with her.

“Drake has a lot of respect for Nicki and would never attack her in a song because he has her number and would more give her a call than air something out on a record,” another source told Urban Islandz. “That verse was recorded before the Meek Mill beef. There is no issue between Nicki and Drizzy and that whole thing with Meek is long over.”

The comments come amid reports that Drake not only dissed Mill and Minaj in his latest mixtape, but also took shot at Chris Brown and his former girlfriends -- Karrueche Tran and Rihanna.