Funkmaster Flex had some harsh words for Drake during a Jadakiss concert over the weekend while DJing for the rapper's "Top 5 Dead Or Alive" album release party. Before launching into Meek Mill's "Dreams and Nightmares," Funkmaster Flex said, "F--- that Canadian n----,” referring to Drake, who hails from Toronto.

Meek Mill and Drake have been feuding since July, when the former accused Drake of using a ghostwriter. It's been rumored that Quentin Miller helped write songs for the "Back To Back" rapper. 

According to Vibe, the Hot 97 DJ took Mill's side in the beef and even played Miller's "10 Bands" reference track, which Drake put on his mixtape "If You're Reading This It's Too Late."

Funkmaster Flex isn't the only person to take sides in the Drake and Mill drama. As previously reported, Wale caused a bit of uproar last month when he went on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club and said his MMG labelmate Mill lost the battle with Drake.

Wale's comments led to a brief feud with Mill, but Rick Ross -- who owns MMG -- eventually squashed the drama, telling TMZ that the two rappers had made amends.

Rapper Bang Em Smurf also commented on Drake and Mill's ongoing battle, saying in a recent interview that Nicki Minaj's boyfriend "played himself."

"He instigated a war, then he just tucked his tail," Bang Em Smurf said. "Where they do that at? It’s only in the MMG camp they do that. Them n----- ain’t looking good in these streets.”