Safaree Samuels dropped “Lifeline” today (July 28) on TMZ. The song is a diss track aimed at Meek Mill and Samuels’ ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj.

“You dream about Drake numbers in your nightmares / But ya’ll hating on me and my little career,” raps SB on his diss track to Meek Mill.

“Lifeline” follows Meek Mill accusing Drake of not writing his own rhymes on “R.I.C.O.” and a few other cuts on If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.

It was later alleged that Drake’s ghostwriter was Quentin Miller, who subsequently denied the claims.

Drake recently addressed these accusations on his own diss track, “Charged Up.”

Safaree also accuses of Nicki Minaj of not writing her lyrics and that he was a ghostwriter for a lot of the cuts on The Pinkprint.

“This nigga bent outta shape with a gorilla face/ My bars on The Pinkprint no one will ever match,” Safaree raps and then wishes Nicki good luck on her next project, “Now that I’m gone, good luck with them punchlines/ Sincerely yours, Safaree, flatline.”

Nicki Minaj denies having a ghostwriter and at a recent “The Pinkprint Tour” stop gave a speech saying, “No bitch ass nigga has the intellect to write for me.”