Although Russell Simmons thinks the feud between The Game and Meek Mill may be over, The Game is continuing with the feud. On Thursday, the California rapper headed to Brooklyn to shoot a music video for his diss song, “Pest Control.”

Following his video shoot, the rapper headed to Meek Mill’s hometown of Philadelphia. While spending time in the city of brotherly love, The Game stopped by the famous Geno’s Steaks and documented his adventures on Instagram. In a series of photos and videos, The Game can be seen eating cheesesteaks, while throwing subtle jabs at Meek Mill in the photo captions. 

“Swear to God I love @genossteaks in South Philly. Came three hours out the way to get my favorite steak before my show tonight #Oooouuuuuuu,” wrote The Game, with the hashtag as a reference to Meek Mill’s diss track aimed at him. 

But The Game didn’t stop there. Following his pitstop at Geno’s, the rapper headed to Reading, Pennsylvania, where he performed his diss track and once again said, “F--- Meek Mill.” After his show, The Game headed back to Philadelphia and recorded a Snapchat video of himself listening to Beanie Sigel’s “Feel It In The Air.” Sigel was featured on Meek Mill’s diss track.

On Thursday, Simmons told TMZ that he had spoken with both The Game and Meek Mill and the two had agreed to stop posting about each other on social media. “I just spoke to The Game, and I just spoke to Meek Mill and they agreed to stop posting about each other. So I think that’s real good.”

Simmons also said he and the rappers would have a meeting soon, “I think we’ll have a meeting real soon, and I think it’s gonna be good. I know it’s gonna be real good,” but this turned out to be false.

According to The Game’s manager, Wack 100, while Simmons did speak with The Game, the rapper never agreed to end the feud.

meek-mill-game The Game is continuing his feud with Meek Mill. Pictured: Meek Mill at the Mondrian Hotel on June 26, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. The Game at the BET Awards '14 on June 27, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Getty Images/Jason Merrit, Alberto E. Rodriguez