Meek Mill and Fabolous have dropped a new remix of the Fat Joe and Remy Ma's single "All The Way Up," in which Meek fires more shots in Drake's direction.

Meek first accused Drake of having a ghostwriter penning his mega-hits last year. Specifically, he said the OVO head-honcho was using Quentin Miller to help pen the song “10 Bands” from If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late as well as on their own collaboration, “R.I.C.O.,” from Mill’s 2015 project Dreams Worth More Than Money. Funkmaster Flex claimed that Miller received $5,000 USD a month for his work for the label.

This new remix features Meek spitting, "This is hip-hop, you ain’t write it don’t record it / I donno how they get down across the border." Drake never replied directly to previous allegations, simply choosing to let his music do the talking with the release of the track "Charged Up." We doubt Drizzy will even flinch this time around.

Listen the remix below, and afterwards check out our exploration of Drake’s past ghostwriting controversies.

Jay Z also jumped on a remix of "All The Way Up," this time addressing Beyoncé and all those Lemonade accusations.

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