Drake Re-Ignites Meek Mill Beef During Philly Show

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Drake performs in concert at the Wells Fargo Center Aug. 21, 2016 in Philadelphia.

Drake isn't nearly done with Meek Mill yet. After it seemed like the once-heated beef between the two had simmered down after multiple rounds, Drizzy reloaded on Sunday night during a show in Meek's hometown, spraying a series of disses during a set at the Wells Fargo Center. "I did another one/ I even did this s--t in Philly, man, I'll never run," the 6 God added to the Mill diss track "Back to Back." 

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"Just remember when you watch that video over and over tonight, it's not about your city," Drake said. "I love your city. You did that s--t to your motherf---in' self, boy." 

 

 

Drake, who wore an Allen Iverson 76ers jersey during the show, clearly had the beef on his mind, since he went in a few more times, questioning South Philly native Meek's heritage during "Still Here," changing up the lyrics to "you not really from Philly and they can tell." (Drake also played "Back to Back" in Washington the night before and reportedly referred to Meek as a "p---y.")

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According to Uproxx, Mill responded in a since-deleted Instagram post, claiming Drake had "Philadelphia SWAT" with him backstage when Meek's entourage tried to confront him backstage. "When u run out the back door wit 12 and use the 'old man' 2 save you! I'm done,'" Meet reportedly wrote. "You had Philadelphia swat with you. Ima go head hang up it with these suckas! Had ya'll tucked in back there for hrs lol." 

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#meekmill speaks .. Was #drake running ??

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