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Apparently, a new storm of "All The Way Up" remixes are upon us, and Meek Mill thinks the occasion is a perfect opportunity to reopen his old verbal feud with Drake. On Wednesday (May 25), the Philly-born rapper released his own version of the track alongside Fabolous, and used every ounce of vitriol to say not-so-nice things about his Canadian adversary. 

In track above, Meek again (again!), accuses Drake of using a ghostwriter for some of his bars, rapping: "This is hip-hop, you ain't write it don't record it / I don't know how they getting down across the border." He prefaces that line by quipping about Toronto, "I be in the 6 man 6 man, Dion Waiters." 

Using the "All The Way Up" as a Drizzy tear-down is a kind of ironic, considering the original remix patched up old wounds between Jay Z and Fat Joe. Whatever the case is, Drake's response is hanging in the balance, but whether or not he cares to reignite one of the most entertaining beefs in recent rap history is another issue entirely.