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August 22, 2016

Drake rekindles feud with Philly's Meek Mill during 'Summer Sixteen' show

Drake and Philly-rapper Meek Mill are at it again, except this time Drake took the fight to Meek’s hometown during his "Summer Sixteen Tour" stop at Wells Fargo Center in South Philly on Sunday night.

Drake and Meek have been firing off diss tracks and one-liners on Twitter ever since July 2015 when Meek tweeted out that Drake doesn’t write his own raps — one of the worst things someone can say to a rapper.

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Last night, Drake reawakened the feud that had been relatively quiet since January by performing the more famous of his two Meek diss tracks, “Back to Back." (Warning: The video below from Drake's concert contains profanity.)

“I even did this s--- in Philly, man I'll never run,” Drake rapped before going on to say “It's not about your city. I love your city. You did that s--- to your motherf----- self, boy."

Meek tried to put an end the feud less than a month after it started, but Drake has continued to stay on top of it.

“You not really from Philly and they know it,” he said last night.

Television and radio personality Charlamagne Tha God gave his "Donkey of the Day" to some Meek Mill goons who said they were going to "press" Drake.

"The fact that these goons went to the Wells Fargo Arena and acted surprised there was security is baffling to me. It's literally like going to Pizza Hut and being shocked they serve pizza," Charlamagne said on his morning show "The Breakfast Club." 

Meek has yet to respond, but according to reports, he’s currently moving into an 11,500-square-foot mansion with his wife, Nicki Minaj. Maybe after Drake’s victory lap through Philly, the long-awaited end has arrived.

For a complete timeline of their never-ending, Twitter-breaking, back-and-forth battle, go here.