According to reports, the rappers got into a shouting match that almost turned physical during 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin's star-studded Fourth of July party in The Hamptons.
This is the same party where A-Rod arrived in a chopper and schmoozed with the likes of Beyoncé, Jon Bon Jovi, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Megan Thee Stallion, and more.
Meek and Travis grabbed attention by disrupting the mega-bash with their verbal altercation that occurred around 1:30 AM.
Party insiders claim the musicians had to be pulled apart and sent in opposite directions before fists were thrown.
Page Six reports that Meek was "thrown into a rage" and was screaming at Travis even when Kylie Jenner's baby daddy had already walked away.
While witnesses are unable to identify what sparked the beef between the rappers, a video of the alleged altercation reportedly exists.
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Meek and Travis' verbal fight allegedly signaled guests that the party was over.
According to the outlet, Rubin's extravagant soirée quickly ended after the duo's altercation.
Meek and Travis don't appear to have had any kind of beef in the past, so it's unclear what exactly happened to spark their fight at the party.
The Dreams and Nightmares rapper has had plenty of drama with other rappers in the past -- most notably, his ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj.
In February, things almost turned physical with Tekashi 6ix9ine.
Meek and the rapper -- who is close to Minaj -- "almost came to blows" in an Atlanta parking lot.
Of course, Meek famously had been with Drake too, but instead of fighting, they solved their difference by collaborating.
RadarOnline.com has reached out to Meek and Travis' reps for comment on the Fourth of July fight.