Shaquille O'Neal and Damian Lillard continue to trade jabs. But Shaq is looking to end the back-and-forth with his latest haymaker, "Second Round Knockout."

For this track, Shaq decides to go after Dame over Diddy's "Victory" instrumental. Diesel pulls no punch as he takes direct aim at Lillard's shoddy playoff record.

"Talking crazy ain' gone get you nothing but smoke," Shaq raps. "Like when we see you in the playoffs every year when you choke."

He then starts to open up and hit Dame with more explicit punchlines.

"First of all little boy, this ain't beef/You just a [explictive] talking while I'm hitting/Call it a queef," he spits. "You rap because you need to, dog. I do it for sport/When you run I see the tampon string in your shorts."

This ends the second round in the Dame/Shaq beef. Shortly after Shaq issued the challenge, Dame responded with a diss track of his own. He then channeled his inner Drake and decided to get two response songs out before Shaq could answer the first one. In Dame's second diss track, he accuses Shaq of having ghostwriters and keeping the feud going for clout. "I'mma get the tommy and do the Diesel like Proctor," Dame spits on "I Rest My Case" in a Power reference. "Your pen kind of sketchy you should've left me/Sensitive I almost confused you with Lisa Leslie."

Listen to "I Rest My Case" below and Shaq's "Second Round Knockout" above.