Drake is pictured at Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, April 12, 2015. Getty Images/Kevin Winter

Yet another rap feud erupted between The Game and Meek Mill this week, and Drake has picked his side in the beef. The Canadian rapper, who had been dissing Nicki Minaj's boyfriend since July 2015, shared a photo of the cover art to The Game's upcoming project, 1992.

Drake's latest Instagram post made it clear that he is siding with the California native, who is continuing his social spat against Mill.

The nasty feud began when the “My Life” rapper slammed Mill on Thursday night during a show in Miami at Club Story. On Friday, The Game slammed Mill yet again by releasing the diss track “92 Bars,” from his upcoming album “1992,” which is due to release on Oct. 14.

“Blood will be drippin’ like Niagara if I poke Meek. You know that I’ll snap you like a toothpick. ... And snitching on n----- ain’t never been no cool s---,” The Game raps in the song.

While Mill has not publicly addressed the beef, the Philadelphia rapper took to his Instagram account to post some cryptic messages. However, The Game later shared a screenshot of his call log, showing four missed calls from Mill.

“Don’t call my phone tryna back out this a-- whoopin...,” The Game captioned the photo, slamming the "House Party" rapper.

The Game also shared the official cover art for “92 Bars” with the title using basketball team Philadelphia 76ers logo along with an air-filled giant rodent with the words “Shame On Meek Mill The Philly Rat” on the bottom left.

In another post, the 36-year-old shared a photo of Mill riding a bike during the last Maybach Music Weekend.

On Thursday, The Game got involved in a shooting near Miami Beach’s Fontainebleau Hotel when someone in a Mustang convertible drove past the valet at the hotel and started firing shots at a white Mercedes-Benz G Wagon, TMZ reported. Police reportedly said that the vehicle that was shot at was associated with The Game, whose concert was close to the place where the shooting took place.

Late Friday night, The Game not only took potshots at Mill but also at Sean Kingston.