Drake & Meek Mill's Feud Just Got Very Meta

Oh, I'm sorry, did you think the Drake and Meek Mill feud was over? You poor, naive little soul. It appears that when Drake decides to come for Meek Mill, he really decides to come for Meek Will. Seriously, as if going in on two diss tracks wasn't enough, the Toronto-born rapper practically devoted Monday's OVO Fest to piling so much shade on Meek Mill that he probably can't see the sun anymore. During OVO Fest, Drake dissed Meek Mill with memes about the rapper that he projected off a giant screen in the background of his stage while he performed his diss tracks. I don't think there is enough water in the world to run over that burn.

For those who have no idea what's going on, the Drake and Meek Mill beef all began when Meek Mill became angry at Drake for not promoting his album, upon which Drake appeared on one track, and blasted him on Twitter, claiming that Drake doesn't write his own raps. Drake responded with diss tracks "Charged Up" and "Back to Back," and Meek Mill responded with a diss track of his own, "Wanna Know." Now it appears that Meek Mill has gone quiet, while Drake is laughing his way to the bank. (Because, let's be real, of all the songs to come out of this feud, "Back to Back" was the best.)

That all culminated in Drake's performance at OVO Fest on Monday night, in which, as one fan aptly puts it, Drake "dissed Meek Will with a powerpoint presentation" that was both epic and epically hilarious.

But, just in case you think this was in bad taste of Drake, one fan made it clear that the rapper knew exactly how far to take this, and exactly where the line was. After all, his BFF Nicki Minaj still happens to be dating Meek Mill, and, though Meek Mill semi-involved her in the beef by apologizing to Minaj personally for his comments about Drake, she has remained mum about the entire situation. (Because, you know, silly boys and their silly fights are nothing to a boss like her.)

Whether this Drake and Meek Mill feud is going to be forever, or is going to go down in flames, there can be no doubt that, for now, it's kind of absolutely hilarious. And, if the fans continue to get great music out of it, then I guess there's no harm done.