It appears that Meek Mill’s feud against The Game has now turned into a beef with fellow Philadelphia rapper, Beanie Sigel. After being attacked by a member of Meek Mill’s Dreamchasers crew for comments he made about Meek and girlfriend Nicki Minaj, Sigel has now unleashed his new diss song.

In the song, titled “I’m Coming,” Sigel raps, “You f-----’ with the crypt keeper, grim reaper / You just a tweeter, I’m the knock in the devil’s speaker.” While Sigel made no mention of Meek’s name in a preview of the diss earlier this week, the full song is much different. Not only did Beans call out Meek but he also brought up Minaj.

“Stop, this bigger than Omeeka / I wanted U-N-I-T-Y, Latifah / Switch this horror flick, double feature,” he raps. “You weak for real, you did that for Meek? / You should of did it for Mills.” Sigel may have also brought up The Game’s name in the song when he rapped, “You could play a game but not me.”

Sigel’s song comes days after he was dissed by Meek Mill in a Funkmaster Flex freestyle. In his freestyle, Meek made references to Beanie Sigel’s nicknames, “Broad Street Bully” and “Mack.” “They like Meek Milly, won’t you spit that crack again / Fake n----- up three, bring us back again / Riding down Broad Street, I’m in that back again / I bully n----- unlike Mack again,” rapped Meek Mill.”

Sigel was originally on Meek Mill’s side during his beef with The Game but their alliance was short-lived after Sigel made comments about ghostwriting Meek’s diss and said Minaj was the reason for his feud with Drake. During a podcast interview with Taxstone, Sigel alleged that Drake slept with Minaj.

“What’s the real why [Meek] was mad at Drake?” asked Sigel. “In my point of view? You was laying in the bed one night, you rolled over and you looked at her and you her, ‘You f--- [Drake]?’ And she ain’t answer you in the way you wanted to.”

Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj Beanie Sigel has released a new diss song aimed at Meek Mill. Pictured: Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj at a Philadelphia 76ers game on Jan. 30, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Photo: Getty Images/Mitchell Leff