Today (June 29), Meek Mill takes to Instagram and posts a photo with a caption that could be interpreted as a Joe Budden diss. Budden's been baiting him for awhile, but on Monday he tweeted, "Fuck Meek." Seems like that was the last straw.

Meek writes, "Petty niggas wanna mention my name to get acknowledged ... Hoping I react like a fool and give em violence ... I rather kill 'em wit success and give em knowledge ... Before I throw it all away for a sucka cuz we the hottest ... My momma crib big as a church, I'm being modest ... No sleep putting in work that's how she got it!"

And it appears Budden may have gotten what he wanted. In another tweet, the New Jersey MC writes, "God is good" in response to the potential upcoming diss.

So, is this actually a verse from an upcoming Joe Budden diss? Only time will tell. Until then, you can check out some of Meek's latest work. A little over a week ago, the Philadelphia MC released a snippet of a new song that name-drops three-time NBA champion LeBron James. Previously, a snippet of Meek's "Froze" collaboration with Nicki Minaj and Lil Uzi Vert surfaced.

Meanwhile, Joe Budden is no stranger to diss tracks as of late. The other day, the 35-year-old New Jersey rapper previewed a Drake diss track. The Slaughterhouse member raps, "Don’t apply something I aint say / Look I ain't Drake….My words ain't ghostwritin’ I ain't Drake / That’s all gimmick, I’m authentic, I ain't Drake / Ain't nothing wrong with it all I’m saying I ain't fake."

Check out Meek's Instagram post above, and peep Budden's tweets below.

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