Meek Mill opened a can of worms -- again. After dissing 50 Cent on his EP, 4/4, he's been attacked by Fiddy's vitriol. And now the Philadelphia rhymer is getting additional hits from G-Unit member Tony Yayo and Toronto's City Councillor Norm Kelly.

"Your boss Police f--- MMG," tweeted Yayo with a jab towards the MMG leader, Rick Ross, who was a correctional officer.

The most hilarious one comes from Toronto's City Councillor Norm Kelly who literally hands Mill the "L" with a photo of him holding a piece of paper with the letter largely printed on it. The tweet, which just mentions the rhymer, has been retweeted over 100,000 times.

Although it seems every one is going in on the Dreams Worth More Than Money creator, there is one person that's coming to the "House Party" rapper's defense -- former Murder Inc. member, Irv Gotti. He wrote on Instagram:

NOBODY CARES ABOUT THE REAL. ESPECIALLY ON SOCIAL MEDIA. THE BATTLEYOU FIGHTING. IS MADE FOR HIM. HE IS BETTER AT LIES AND BULLS--- THAN YOU WILL EVER BE. MURDER INC SPOKE THE TRUTH. WE EMBODIED THE TRUTH. IT DIDNT MATTER. FELL ON DEF EARS. FACTS," read the comment. "WE DID HARM TO HIM. HE WENT TO THE POLICE. AN ORDER OF PROTECTION!! IF THAT IS NOT A HOE. I DO NOT KNOW WHAT IS. WE GAVE THE PAPERWORK TO EVERYONE. THEY SAID WE MADE IT UP. HAHAHHA. SO UNDERSTAND WHAT IT IS.

On Monday (Jan. 18), 50 Cent took another shot at Meek Mill again on his Instagram account reminding him of an old tweet that he was once wrote where he warned his followers to not mess with the G-Unit leader. We guess that he didn't heed to his own advice.

Check out Irv Gotti's full comment below as well as shots fired by Kelly, Yayo and 50 Cent.

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