Meek Mill isn't giving up without a fight.

While some rap fans are adamant that the Philly native is digging his own career grave, others are supporting his efforts to match Drake in their seemingly never-ending beef.

Instead of taking the L and letting the three-week beef fizzle out, the Dreams Worth More Than Money creator decided to throw more shots at Drake during the Camden, N.J. stop on the Pinkprint Tour Thursday night (Aug. 6).

"I still wake up with the lady that you said you first in line with / Did five months, came home, that's perfect timing / To make a sucka n---- look sucka without trying / If Quentin Miller wrote that s---, what were we buying?" Meek fired off.

He also references a much known fact -- that Drake hasn't "started from the bottom," despite what his 2013 hit boasts.

"All that bulls--- you sellin', real n----- never buyin'," continued Meek.

We must admit these rhymes are much better than the "Wanna Know" diss he put out last week.

But unless he has that "Ether," rap fans aren't flocking to support him as the winner in this rap battle.

Thus far, Drake has released two tracks aimed at Meek since he called him out on Twitter for failing to write his rhymes. On "Charged Up," Drizzy addresses his claims ("Wow, I’m honored that you think this is staged / I’m flattered man, in fact, I’m amazed / The perfect start to the summer, man this shit is a doozy / This s--- a twist in the movie but don't jump to conclusions") while he lays into the "R.I.C.O." rhymer on "Back to Back" ("Yeah, trigger fingers turn to twitter fingers / Yeah, you gettin' bodied by a singin' n---- / I'm not the type of nigga that'll type to n----s / And shout-out to all my boss bitches wifin' n----s").

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