There was just a new chapter added to the Drake, Meek Mill beef on Sunday night. The Canadian rapper dissed the DreamChaser in his hometown of Philly during the “Summer Sixteen” tour.

According to DJ Akademiks, who seemed to be at the show, Drizzy changed around the lyrics to some of his songs to insult the MMG rapper, like on the cut “Still Here.” “Me and all my n---- doing well, doing well, dog / Man, you not really from Philly and they can tell,” Drake rhymed.

He also performed “Back To Back” and had the crowd repeating some of the most popular lines of the tune and told the crowd that his beef with Meek Mill has nothing do with their town. “I love your city. You did that s--- to your motherf------ self, boy,” said the 6 God.

WARNING: NSFW language in video.

Even though Drake never mentioned Meek Mill by name, it’s safe to say that many believed he was referencing the “Monster” rhymer throughout the night, solely based on their history together.

Drizzy’s latest diss comes after he dissed Meek Mill in Washington D.C. on Saturday, once again changing the lyrics on “Back To Back” from “He still ain’t did s--- about the other one” to “That p---- still ain’t did s--- about the other one.” DJ Akademiks shared footage from that night as well.

Last week, the DreamChaser boss opened up about his beef with Drake and said although people considered him the loser, he was determined to press on with his career.

“I remember last year watching people, everybody going against me about a diss record,” he said in an interview with My Mixtapez. “I remember looking at it like ‘Yall really think this gon’ stop me? You think telling me I’m going on my girlfriend’s tour is going to stop me? Is that a joke?

Drake Drake dissed Meek Mill in his hometown of Philadelphia. Pictured: Drake performs at Gucci and Friends concert on July 22, 2016 in Atlanta. Photo: Getty Images/Paras Griffin