It seems that controversy is regularly included in the price of admission for Drake and Future’s “Summer Sixteen” Tour.

The “Controlla” star has used his summer tour microphone as a megaphone to address his critics, as well as to launch some criticisms of his own. He (might’ve) sent shots at Tory Lanez in Austin, definitely dissed Joe Budden in Dallas, took shots at Hot 97 while in the station’s home of New York City, and, most recently, called Meek Mill a “pussy” in Washington, D.C. before taking more shots at his foe in his hometown of Philadelphia.

Hot 97 radio personality Peter Rosenberg clearly had enough on Monday (August 22), and called out Drake for talking the talk without walking the walk.

“[Meek Mill]’s always been realer than you..your content is MEANINGLESS” the radio host posted in a series of tweets, reigniting the animosity between his station and the Toronto rapper. “… @Drake wouldn’t have been the toughest kid in my hebrew school … stop … make hits for the club…dont try to be hard please…EVER”

Earlier this month, Hot 97 and Drake clashed after Rosenberg’s co-host Ebro Darden told a story that set off a firestorm of rumors that Eminem was about to send for Drake in a diss song. He later clarified that he’d just been joking. Drake responded during his Madison Square Garden show, saying the station was “telling lies” and also called for the firing of Funkmaster Flex, who was involved in leaking the alleged reference tracks during Drake’s beef with Meek Mill.

In Monday’s Twitter rant, Rosenberg makes reference to Drake’s early history as an actor in Toronto, contrasting it to Meek Mill’s upbringing in the streets of Philadelphia. The world (or at least the part of it watching a Canadian teen TV drama series) first caught wind of Aubrey Drake Graham when he played Jimmy Brooks in 145 episodes of “Degrassi: The Next Generation” in the 2000s.

Check out the full rant, with Ebro jumping in, below.