50 Cent Meek Mill Update
50 Cent, pictured here at the Paley Center For Media's Hollywood Tribute to African American Achievements in Television on Oct. 26, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California, posted a fake Meek Mill obituary on Instagram Monday. Getty Images

Meek Mill is not only dealing with an ongoing beef with Drake, but now he has started one with 50 Cent. The 50 Cent-Meek Mill feud may have just started over the weekend, but 50 Cent believes the dispute is now dead and he has won the war. The "In Da Club" rapper posted a photo of Mill on Instagram Monday, which was made to look like a fake obituary for Nicki Minaj's boyfriend.

The post featured Mill's full name, Robert Rihmeek Williams, along with his date of birth and "death date." The picture reads: "Meek Mill pass Sunday after a long battle of taking L's from 50 Cent of G-Unit. He is survived by Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Dream Chasers & Maybach Music Group. He will not be greatly miss." You can see the photo here.

Mill started the feud when he dropped a new EP called "4/4." The EP featured a song called "Gave Em Hope," where Mill rapped about how 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, might be gay. 50 Cent responded by posting a series of memes making fun of the 28-year-old rapper. In one of his messages 50 Cent called Mill''s career dead and told him to get Minaj pregnant so he could "at least get child support."

It didn't take long for Mill to respond to 50 Cent on Instagram. Mill posted a picture of him holding stacks of money with a long message for the "21 Questions" rapper. A part of the message took a shot at 50 Cent for being a 40 year old who spends most the day on the internet.

Mill has been keeping himself busy with feuds lately. He spent half of 2015 in a fight with Drake after he called out the Canadian rapper for not writing his own raps. Drake responded by releasing two diss tracks about Mill called "Charged Up" and "Back To Back." On "4/4," Mill dropped his latest diss track towards the "Hotline Bling" rapper on a song called "I'm Da Plug Freestyle," where he references a song Drake did with Future.

Drake has yet to respond to the new diss track from Mill, while Mill hasn't answered 50 Cent's latest photo on Instagram.