Meek Mill’s beef with Drake is apparently far from over. Even though it’s been a while since the two rappers bashed each other in diss songs, Mill reignited their feud by taking jabs at the “One Dance” rapper in a remix to Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s “All the Way Up.”

In the song, Mill mentions Drake’s latest album “Views From the 6,” rapping: “Views from the projects. … I’m the prospect.” He then once again accuses Drake of not writing his own lyrics and using a ghostwriter. Those accusations, first made by Mill during a July Twitter rant, led to both artists lashing out at each other over in respective diss songs.

“This is hip-hop. You ain’t write it, don’t record it,” Mill raps in the “All the Way Up” remix. “I don’t know how they getting ‘cross the border.” So far, Drake hasn’t responded to Mill’s latest attack. You can listen to the song here.

In April, Quentin Miller, who was rumored to be Drake’s ghostwriter even though he denied it, opened up about Drake and Mill’s feud telling VladTV that the accusations “stained” his work with Drake. The pair collaborated on Drake’s 2015 mixtape “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.”

“I wanted it to be one of those projects that go down in hip-hop history, and then all the s--- happened, and there’s like a stain on the legacy, on that project,” he said. “I hope that one day, like years down the line, when it’s all over with, people can just [look] at the project and say, ‘Wow, this was a great project.’”   

Drake and Mill’s beef also damaged the Canadian rapper’s friendship with Nicki Minaj, who has been dating Mill since last year. “I don’t really talk to Nicki,” Drake revealed during a radio interview on Beats 1 last month. “Another person I have a lot of love for. She dealt with me how I would expect her to — with class. I always have respect and love for her. Unfortunately, we haven’t spoke.”