Drake and Meek Mill may no longer be dissing each other on songs but that doesn’t mean their beef has come to an end. 

According to a report from the New York Post’s Page Six, published Monday night, Meek Mill and his crew were not a fan of the music that was being played at the Jue Lan Club. The “Dreamchasers 4” rapper and his crew were at the hot spot on Friday for New York Giants star Odell Beckham Jr.’s 24th birthday party.

Meek, who was at the club with girlfriend Nicki Minaj and 20 friends could be seen “cuddling and making out most of the night” with Minaj, but when a Drake song was played, the rapper’s mood changed. 

The rapper reportedly requested that the DJ in the club not play any Drake songs, even though Beckham Jr. is friends with Drake. “His people went nuts. He didn’t want them to play any music by Drake,” said a Page Six source. It’s also not the first time Meek Mill has tried to stop Drake in some form.

In August, after learning that Drake was set to perform in his hometown of Philadelphia, Meek Mill’s camp reportedly put out phone calls to various nightclubs in the area, asking them not to let Drake host an after-party.

While we’ll never know if Meek’s attempted blockade worked, Drake ended not hosting any parties. The “One Dance” rapper was also confronted by members of Meek Mill’s crew as he left the Wells Fargo Center. According to an affiliate of Meek, Drake was under police protection at the time. 

As for Drake, the Toronto rapper has moved on from his feud with Meek. Drizzy is now focusing on feuds with Kid Cudi and Pusha T, releasing songs where he dissed both of the rappers. The “Too Good” rapper also recently ended a feud with Joe Budden.

Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill Meek Mill isn't a fan of Drake's music being played in the club he's at. Pictured: Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Nov. 5, 2016. Photo: Reuters/USA Today/Bill Streicher