Rapper Drake speaks during introductions before the NBA All-Star Game 2016 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Feb. 14, 2016. Getty Images/Elsa

Drake may have reignited his feud with Meek Mill after the Canadian rapper changed lines of his song "Back to Back" at his recent "Summer Sixteen" show in Washington, D.C.

While performing "Back to Back," the diss track which Drake released to slam Nicki Minaj's boyfriend when their beef began in July 2015, he switched a few lyrics to call Mill a "p----." Drake and Mill's public spat began last year when the Philadelphia rapper accused the former of using ghostwriters for his songs.

"I did another one, I did another one," Drake rapped, according to a clip posted by DJ Akademiks. "That p---- still ain't did s--- about the other one."

Fans believed that the much talked about feud between Drake and Mill was over, but the "Hotline Bling" singer's latest moves may result in a new spat.

This comes just as Drake crushed rumors about his alleged feud with Eminem after the two performed together in Detroit. Earlier this month, rumors about a brewing beef between the two rappers had surfaced.

"Detroit, make some noise for the greatest rapper that ever got on a motherf------ microphone - he goes by the name of Eminem," Drake said while introducing the "Lose Yourself" singer.

Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, admitted it was an honor to be standing next to Drake and performing with him.

Meanwhile, Mill in an interview last week with “My Mixtapez” spoke about being teased by rap fans and getting slammed on social media over the Drake feud.

“I remember last year watching people, everybody going against me about a diss record,” he said. “I remember looking at it like ‘Ya’ll really think this gon’ stop me? You think telling me I’m going on my girlfriend’s tour is going to stop me? Is that a joke?’”