Meek Mill
US rapper Meek Mill lost his cool after seeing a Drake poster held by a concert-goer at Fool’s Gold Day Off festival in BrooklynReuters/Kevork Djansezian

The feud between Meek Mill and Drake seems to be growing with each passing day. At least one fan knows how much worse it is.

Nicki Minaj's boyfriend lost his temper when he saw a fan holding a poster of the Canadian rapper at the Fool's Gold Day Off festival. The entire scene was caught on camera.

The American hip-hop artist was deep into his song when he noticed a concert-goer in the crowd holding a Drake sign. Upon seeing his arch-rival's picture, the Philly rapper started an expletive-ridden rant.

"Put that Drake sign up again, n—a," the 28-year-old rapper lashed out at the fan as the incident was captured on camera by a number of fellow concert-goers. "F–k you talkin' 'bout, f–kin' clown? Don't ever come in here tryna pick on me like I'm a f–kin' dweeb or something."

Mill's verbal abuse continued and captured in another video. "We'll whoop your ass in here tonight, boy," he said while directing his security guards not to leave the attendee without "having him a good time".

"Don't make him leave, though. Let him have a good time. We at Fool's Gold, we here to have a good f–kin' good time. And that's what we gonna do: Have a f–kin' good time. But don't ever come in here playing with no f–kin' real life gangsta like it's a game."

Meanwhile, the Know Yourself hitmaker has reportedly watched a video of the incident and expressed disgust at his competitor's unprofessional attitude.

"Drake shook his head in disgust after watching Meek pop off on that fan," a source told Hollywood Life. "To Drake, feud aside, that's unprofessional. Unless it was a free concert (which Drake hopes it was because he wouldn't pay a penny to see Meek), that fan forked over some coins to be in the venue and should be allowed to do whatever the f–k they want to do," the same source added.

The feud between the two stars started in July after Meek accused Drake of using a ghostwriter for "R.I.C.O.," a Dreams Worth More Than Money song he's featured on. This triggered an ugly spat between the singers in a musical way as they released tracks to diss each other.