Damian Lillard vs. Shaquille O'Neal rap beef isn't over.

On Friday night, Dame D.O.L.L.A unleashed another diss track called "I Rest My Case," in which he accused Diesel of being a clout-chasing poser who lacks true rap skills.

Ghost writers on deck, checker boards, no chess
Hailing from the land of the muscle cars, no flex
You not a rapper, you comedy, commentary, and actor
Feed 'em with a slingshot, you better call the pastor
David and Goliath, your stature's a non-factor
... Raised real solid, I'm DOLLA but not for dollar sign
Only Dame you beat was 2000 and that was Stoudemire

You can stream "I Rest My Case" via Soundcloud below.

The back-and-forth between Lillard and Shaq began during the former's recent appearance on the Joe Budden Podcast. Lillard was asked if he believed Shaq—who has collaborated with the likes of Ice Cube, Big Pun, and Phife Dawg—was a better MC than him. 

"I think I rap better than Shaq," Lillard said during the sit-down. "I've heard Shaq's stuff, I think people like him as 'Shaq.'... People wasn't looking at it like, 'That's a real rapper' it was 'Shaq rapping.'"

It didn't take long before Shaq clapped back with a Lillard diss track:

Lillard responded with a cut called "Reign, Reign, Go Away," a reference to Shaq's 1996 album, You Can't Stop the Reign. Clearly, he wasn't about to wait for Shaq to fire the next shot.