For Meek Mill and company, the beef just keeps on coming.

Currently, Mill is feuding with fellow artist The Game over a June robbery involving rapper Sean Kingston. The disagreement has so far spawned battles over cheesesteaks, some diss tracks, and general animosity between the two rappers.

Now, hip hop legend and Philadelphia native Beanie Sigel is suffering for it.

As TMZ reports, Sigel was allegedly attacked backstage by one of Meek Mill's associates prior to performing at the Bad Boy Family Reunion concert on Friday, Sept. 23, at the Wells Fargo Center.

Sigel was allegedly knocked out in the attack, as a Snapchat video of the incident shows:

According to XXL magazine, the video also shows Teefy Bey, a member of Meek Mill's Dreamchasers crew, being pulled away from the scene by security. In an interview with HipHopSince87 following the incident, Bey claims to have thrown a punch that knocked out Sigel.

"I think [Sigel] passed out from his diabetic medication," Bey joked in the interview. "Everyone knows what it is, you know what I'm saying. You broke the code of ethics on the streets, Beans."

Bey did not provide further explanation on what that breach may have been. However, Sigel performed on Meek Mill's newest diss track targeting The Game, "Ooouuu (Remix)," later saying that he helped write the track, including verses ostensibly by Mill.

"I just happened to come in the studio, so I just was helping him out with some lyrics, and the situation kind of played out like it did," Sigel told Baltimore's 92Q, adding that he didn't "want to put that out there like that or discredit nobody for their skills or nothing."

As Ambrosia For Heads points out, The Game joked about the incident in an Instagram posting using Philadelphia-area slang.

"So the young bol knocked out the old head because he was drawling at the jawn," Game said in the posting. "Y'all went back and beat the legend up, man?"

Sigel, for his part, wasn't put out of commission following the alleged knockout. He managed to perform at Friday's Bad Boy Family Reunion show after the incident, telling the crowd that "the real king of Philly is back."