Those lucky enough to be at Austin City Limits last night (Oct. 3) got to see Drake bring out Future to perform tracks off their recent joint album, What a Time to Be Alive, live for the first time. During Drake’s solo set, though, he turned his attention to Meek Mill, as he has been wont to do recently. If we’re going off the number of sly shots taken since the diss tracks, Drake has definitely been keeping the beef alive more so than Meek. 

Drizzy’s latest jab came when he performed his verse off “Truffle Butter,” his collab with Nicki Minaj, who is, of course, his rival’s girlfriend.

He closed the song by rapping, “They all get what they desire from it / Austin, tell that n*gga I ain’t hiding from him.” He slightly switched the closing line of the original (tell them n*ggas we ain’t hiding from it) to implicate Meek.

For those still keeping track, this is a minor event in the Meek vs. Drake timeline, but it’s telling that Drake took the shot while he was in Austin, as Meek has also recently been in Texas — working with the Sauce Twinz in Houston. One of the Sauce Twinz, Sauce Walka, happens to be the last rapper to drop a Drizzy diss track, last month’s “Wack 2 Wack.” 

Do Drake’s words at ACL signal that he’s ready for whatever Meek and the Sauce Twinz are cooking up?