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Meek Mill and 50 Cent exchanged some serious insults against each other on Instagram reigniting their feud. Getty Images/Bennett Raglin/Power 105.1's Powerhouse 2015

Meek Mill and 50 Cent exchanged some serious insults against each other on social media over the weekend, beginning with Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend targeting the “Outta Control” rapper in his surprise four-song EP that featured a song called "Gave ‘Em Hope." The latest feud adds to the list of beefs that Mill has been involved including the infamous feud with Drake.

Mill allegedly took shots at 50 Cent in his latest track, which was dropped Saturday. After learning about the track, 50 Cent did not follow the footsteps of Drake to release a diss track. Instead, he took the fight to Instagram by posting a photo of the Philadelphia rapper’s face photoshopped on a poop emoji, writing: “LMAO Hey s--- head, your career is over already. you better focus on getting Nikki pregnant so you can at least get child support girl. new meek emoji lol.”

While Minaj made no comments to the reference made to her in 50 Cent’s post, Mill wasted no time to take a dig at the American rapper. Mill posted a lengthy message on Instagram along with a photo of himself carrying a massive stack of bills.


U pop shit on social media 24/7 ... U never in the places everybody b at.... The whole queens say you a rat.... Ross baby mom hit you for that check you sick .... Ross finished you "career over? How dare you speak on that? .... All you artist that came under you broke" ya son hate you smfh! Ya swag on below "0" lol hold up..... U always hating on puff and Hov other go getters from ya city...... U going broke and you miserable .... U really miserable bro.... You like 40 on the internet all day ____ Mayweather ain't got tickets for you nomore .... Ya liquor is piss... U really miserable and don't really have friends ... You scared to play the mixes everybody b at! U never played with me in person because u know how we rocking lol I'm done wit you ... This my last insta-fingers post for a min lol Norm Kelly hold up...... Young black dude that came from nothing vs old white racist man from Toronto.... I got more money than you already? You took the real "L" in life champ! Oh fif all y'all dudes do is talk about Nicki ... This just my real life my fault for snapping on y'all weirdos! Hov gave you a half of bar bro ski... I bet any amount of money queens would trade me for you! "You the one made it cool to b a hater" I'm out Sincerely -instafingers @iamdiddy @ceoslow stop letting this dork play around ... He already been shot 9 times lol he like a vegetable or something .... @irvgotti187 can you clarify that he told on y'all? We need answers!

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This is not the first time Mill and 50 Cent have been involved in a feud. In November, 50 Cent took aim at Mill by mocking the latter during a concert in Sweden over his feud with rapper Drake.

In a video posted on social media at the time, 50 Cent was seen referring to Drake’s ongoing battle with Mill. "N---- started the shit," 50 Cent told the Swedish crowd. "It's like you was picking on someone in the schoolyard, and then the m-----------," he continued, before imitating a violent slap-box fight.

50 Cent also reportedly said: “That ‘Back To Back’ s--- is fire… You didn’t hear that s---? That s--- was hot.”

Mill and Drake’s public spat began in July after the "All Eyes on You" rapper took to Twitter and told people not to compare him with Drake because he doesn't write his own rap songs. Drake responded with two diss songs, “Charged Up” and “Back to Back.” Mill later fired back at Drake with "Wanna Know."

Their feud intensified after some songs in Drake’s mixtape with Future, titled “What a Time to Be Alive,” took aim at the “House Party” rapper and his girlfriend Minaj. Drake had previously confessed his love for Mill’s girlfriend.

On Saturday, Mill released his latest diss track for Drake, "I'm Da Plug Freestyle" from his EP "4/4," in which the “House Party” rapper slammed Drake for allegedly using a ghostwriter.

“Jumpman, Jumpman, Jumpman," Mill raps in the song referencing a track Drake and Future did together. "Ain’t nobody nobody tell ‘em this ain’t what they want, man / You ain’t really write it, I’m like ‘who’s your stuntman?’”