Drake’s feud with Tory Lanez is still going strong. The “One Dance” rapper is believed to have bashed the fellow Canadian hip-hop artist during the opening night of his Summer Sixteen tour with rapper Future.

According to Complex, Drake kicked off the tour in Austin, Texas, Wednesday by giving fans a slight remix of his popular song “Summer Sixteen.” In the new lyrics, Drake supposedly took a few jabs at Lanez by rapping: “All you boys doing fake controllas wanna be me a little?” Lanez released a remix to Drake’s “Controlla” a few weeks ago.

It appears that Drake and Lanez started feuding last October after the “Say It” performer went on Twitter and said that Drake calling Toronto “the 6” was “not cool.” Lanez later said during a radio interview on The Breakfast Club that he thought it was “kinda corny.” Of course, the “Hotline Bling” rapper didn’t like Lanez comments and they have been exchanging blows with each other ever since.

In March, Lanez opened up about the drama telling Shade 45 that he’s not sure why Drake would come after him because they barely know each other. “I’m just a young kid,” he explained. “Me personally, I don’t think I’m even hot enough to be getting dissed. But hey, at the end of the day he must look at me as a threat. The music is appealing and I don’t know why he did it, but more blessings to him.”  So far, Lanez hasn’t responded to Drake calling him out during his Summer Sixteen tour.

In addition to feuding with Lanez, Drake is also beefing with fellow rapper Joe Budden. During an interview with The Brilliant Idiots podcast, Budden explained that his dislike for Drake started after the rapper took subliminal shots at him on the song “4PM in Calabasas.” Budden said he knew the public wouldn’t catch on to Drake’s jab, but he did. “He does that often to people,” Budden said. “So, it’s really just me knowing. It was my job to call it all out. I knew the media would say I’m crazy. Later on, you all will get it.”

Drake Tory Lanez feud Drake, pictured at the Apple WWDC in San Francisco on June 8, 2015, dissed fellow Canadian hip-hop artist Tory Lanez during his Summer Sixteen tour. Photo: Getty Images