The Game is no stranger to beefing with other rappers, and this time he's at it with Meek Mill.
There's never been much love lost between the pair, and the latest row ignited last week when The Game told the crowd at his Miami show that he wanted to beat up Meek.
The next day, he released a diss track called "92 Bars" which accused Meek of snitching. He thinks Meek told police that The Game's entourage were involved when Sean Kingston was robbed in a club. Sean's $300,000 chain was stolen, and Meek allegedly told officials The Game's crew had something to do with it.
The feud has raged on social media, with the Game posting a series of offensive pictures of Meek on Instagram. He also posted a picture of himself with Meek's girlfriend Nicki Minaj (who is mentioned in "92 Bars") with the caption including: "The last time Nicki held a REAL N****!!!"
He's also hashtagged #Snitch and #RatsWillDoAnythingForCheese in a further dig at Meek.
Meek isn't taking this kind of abuse lying down. He released his own diss track in response to The Game:
In the song he references The Game's past beefs with the likes of 50 Cent, Lil Durk and Young Thug, and repeatedly calls him a male stripper (due to a photo where The Game looks like he's wearing a thong).
Sean Kingston has come out on Meek's side, and The Game posted this damning video on Instagram in response:
The Game spoke about the row on The Wendy Williams Show on Tuesday, saying: "It comes down to a point where you got to deal with it as it comes. I feel like I was violated."
So at the moment it seems like the rappers are stuck in a vicious cycle of diss tracks and social media slams - we wonder what will happen next.