Though Jay-Z doesn't seem to notice, Beanie Sigel continues to send shots his way.

Having recently threatened to "smack the sh--t out of" Drake for featuring a Jay verse that he deemed offensive on his album, Beans was at it once again, dissing Jigga at a recent performance with Freeway in Baltimore.

On stage at Baltimore venue Sonar, the Broad Street Bully and a hypeman launched into a rendition of R. Kelly's 'Bump and Grind,' comparing Jay to a retiring Michael Jordan, threatening to "Make 'em fudge their Jordans" and rhyming every line with "already."

"Lost the Best of Both Worlds, you could of called R. Kelly/ Mister 2-3, since he's got the arch already, you supposed to pass that Roc when the ball got heavy/ Instead he's getting picked at half court already/ He 45 and playing for the Wizards already," Sigel spit.

The disgruntled former Roc-a-Fella Records rapper continued to air out his Jay-related woes during the performance, before throwing a couple of shots at Jiggaman's protege, Memphis Bleek's direction.

"I'm a nightmare and will show up in your dreams like Freddy/ Sigel, Desert Eagle Arc heavy, already/ N---as is running scared already/ Memph Bleek peed the sheets and leave the bed all wetty."

Click here for a video of the diss.