Here’s a Timeline of The Game and Meek Mill Beef So Far
The story of The Game's beef with Meek Mill is a tale as old as time, even if it technically began just a few months ago. Taking place at the intersection of amorphous street ethics and outsized egos, the latest continuation of hip-hop’s profanity-laced tradition of incendiary rap feuds is hardly different from its neighboring pages in the history books. There have been allegations, receipts, reckless insults and even more vicious retaliations. In 2016, Game versus Meek Mill has all the trimmings of a classic rap feud and things are getting pretty intense.
According to Chuck, the problems all started on one summer night in June. The Compton rapper says that Meek Mill spoke to the LAPD and implicated him in the robbing of Sean Kingston's jewelry, a claim the Philly MC — and police documents — have denied since it was made. Still, that hasn’t prevented the West Coast stalwart and his manager Wack 100 from continuing to make their assertions, and we’re now looking at a good ol' fashioned rap battle, with the miracles of the Internet giving it a little contemporary flavor.
As Drake’s 2015 OVO Fest best exemplified (at Meek’s expense), the social media age makes rap wars more immediate and immersive than ever before. Hip-hop heavyweights are the subject of memes, hashtags and retweets as declarations of war are screenshotted and reposted. Feuds are immortalized with the click of a button, and whether it’s a demigod of street culture, or the guy with the hottest song from last week, when a rapper is beefing everybody knows about it.
Still, it isn’t always easy staying on top of a conflict that progresses and evolves so rapidly. With that in mind, XXL presents a detailed timeline for all of the events that make up the ongoing feud between The Game and Meek Mill.
The public part of Game's beef with Meek Mill began on Sept. 15 when the Compton thoroughbred challenged the MMG rapper to a fight during a concert in Miami. “I just wanna beat that nigga ass for a good time,” Game said to the crowd. “When you see me nigga, square up. It don’t gotta be about no guns, nigga. Fuck Meek Mill." From this point on, it was clear this beef was headed south really fast. Or north, if you wanted to hear an epic rap battle. We'll get to that later ...
Game continued his all-out assault on Meek's street cred with "92 Bars," a scathing diss record that sees the Compton native call the Philly rapper a snitch and threaten to steal his girlfriend Nicki Minaj on Sept. 16. "Nigga, you know that I'll snap you like a toothpick/And snitching on niggas ain't never been no cool shit," an incensed Game raps. "And I've been wanting to give Nicki this pool stick/So tell your lil' vivrant thing come fuck with Q-Tip." At this point in the beef, Game had already made the first and second move. With that in mind, the question on everybody's mind was, "How will Meek respond?"
The cause of Game's feud with Meek Mill was revealed and apparently it had to do with Sean Kingston. Back in June, Kingston was robbed of $300,000 worth jewelry in an L.A. nightclub the same night Meek and Game were in attendance. At the time, TMZ claimed that Game thought Meek dropped a dime on him.
Meek uploaded a screenshot of a message sent to him by Big Meech, the incarcerated leader of the notorious Black Family Mafia. Apparently the BMF boss didn't want to see the Dreamchaser get entangled with the perils of beef, so he made sure to contact Meek as soon as he could. “I was trying to holler at you for a min[ute] so hopefully I can say something to you that means something before them dudes out there force your hand and make you crash and lose everything out there you work[ed] hard to get,” Meech wrote. “Wanna see you on top successful where you belong not in prison over avoidable dumb shit,” he added. For his part, Meek appeared to take the message to heart, writing, "ONLY THE TRILL... SOME GOOD WORDS FROM THE BIG DAWG #BIGMEECH" in his caption. But would the MMG rapper heed the words of the imprisoned street legend?
The scent of beef is too strong for most rappers to ignore, and on Sept. 16, Meek and Game began a social media battle for the ages. The arena was Instagram. The first bit of Insta-savagery saw Game post a shirtless picture of himself and Nicki Minaj on the set of her "Pills N Potions" video. The steamy vid was recorded several months before Nicki began dating Meek, and in a vacuum, it's nothing but a snapshot of the Barbie in the arena where she reigns supreme. However, The Game clearly had some wicked intentions, and the caption for his post was all sorts of foul. Big Meech wanted Meek to stay out of any beefs, but we don't think anyone could blame Meek for striking back with a vicious Instagram post of his own. In his counter-strike, Meek poked fun at Game's alleged past as a stripper, before taking it down a short while later. As of today, Game's Insta-war continues.
As we mentioned before, The Game's feud with Meek Mill stems from his belief that the Philly rapper and Sean Kingston told police that Game robbed Kingston's jewels. On Sept. 17, Kingston took to Instagram to clapback at Game's allegation while shooting some venom of his own. In one of his videos, Kingston calls Game a fake blood and makes the point that The Game's friends were only able to snatch Kingston's jewels after they attacked him from behind. In another, Kingston claims that neither he nor Meek said anything to the police. Never one to back down from a battle of any type, Game quickly responded with a video of his own, joking that Meek paid the "Suicidal" singer in PB&J's to lie on Meek's behalf.
Everyone knows Drake isn't a big fan of Meek Mill, so it wasn't too surprising when the Toronto rapper threw his support behind The Game. While Drizzy didn't reference reference Meek by name, no one thought it was a coincidence when the OVO boss used his Instagram to endorse the Compton spitter's upcoming project, 1992. We see you Drizzy, we see you.
On Sept. 18, Meek responded to the Game's "92 Bars" with a scorching diss track of his own, and he brought Omelly and Philly legend Beanie Sigel along for the ride. The record, which is a remix to Young M.A's "OOOUUU," sees Beans and Omelly do some serious work, but Meek easily had the best verse. In fact, he had two of them. Sounding as if he's unleashing a year's worth of social media-induced frustration, Meek tears into game with all of his might. “Durk checked you, Thug sonned you, Fif droppd you, Mac one’d you/Strippers turned rappers, look what we come to/You a faggot, my lady a never fuck you,” he raps in his opening verse. When his first verse is finished, Meek pokes fun at Game's comparatively low record sales, before going on to call him a rat. As we all know, that's always a no-no in the rap game, and it was the Game's decision to brand Meek with such a label that led to this epic feud in the first place. Meek's "OOOUUU" remix created a big buzz on Twitter and temporarily ensured that he wouldn't be a laughingstock this time around, but it also set the stage for one of the most profound displays of irony in recent hip-hop history. Keep reading for more details.
The Game didn't take too kindly to Beanie Sigel's stepping into his feud with Meek Mill. He made that much abundantly clear in a vicious Instagram post on Sept. 19. In the post, which features a dead rat and Game's now-customary Meek insults, the "Hate It or Love It" rapper makes fun of Beans' weight and calls the former Roc-A-Fella lieutenant a drug addict. “How much crack you had to give that smoker weenie sigel to escape from rehab…. That nigga look bad homie," reads The Game's post. "Stop posting pictures of that sick nigga, he need a bath, some warm food & a hug… Give me the fat sigel back & take that saggy titty, sucked up sherm head back to #SelfHelpMovement Rehab Center Of Philadelphia.”
One of the great ironies of The Game's feud with Meek Mill is the fact that the Compton MC has actually been one of the more ostensibly positive forces in hip-hop for much of the last year. About two months ago, Game hosted an anti-gang summit in L.A., and before that, he helped raise funds for a beloved Arkansas police officer. Still, Game would probably argue that promoting peace in Black communities and addressing his own personal problems aren't mutually exclusive endeavors and continue on with his business. That's where Nipsey Hussle came into play. On Sept. 18, the Cali MC called out both Meek and Game for their beef, which he believed was irresponsible.“Hip-hop need to stop gassing this ‘beef’ between @thegame and @MeekMill,” Nipsey wrote on Twitter. “Niggas gone sit down like men and express they differences and come to an understanding. Ain’t gone be no east coast west coast war. Ain’t gone be no black men killing black men. Behind publicity or rap music or social pressure from the people to the point we can all deal w each other as real niggas w respect. If someone’s in the wrong then it should be handled….and then everyone get bac to the money. This internet shit is a divide and conquer. @thegame u got a lot of young blac men on your payroll. Same w @MeekMill this is bad leadership.”
On Sept. 19, Meek Mill was declared innocent of snitching, which is pretty much the most heinous act a rapper can commit. TMZ spoke with Sean Kingston's attorney Michelle Larusso and members of the L.A. Police Department to confirm that neither Meek nor Kingston had given Game's name to authorities. Meek flat-out didn't speak to the LAPD at all. Still, this seemingly irrefutable bit of evidence wouldn't put an end to this indomitable rap feud.
On Sept. 19 The Game continued his Insta-war against Meek Mill by taking shots at someone else in his camp. This time, the ever-disrespectful MC reposted a video of Omelly's not-so-great Sway in the Morning freestyle from early this year, along with a caption that manages to be aggressive and dismissive at the same time. “This the other nigga #SqueakMeal went & got to put on the diss at me… You niggas can’t be serious,” The Game wrote on Instagram. “I’m really fuckin over crying laughing dawg now I’m positive Nicki writing everybody over there raps…… Lemme go find a studio asap… But b4 I go.. Them headphones you got on silver Oh’ one question What the fuck is #Mmm #Mmm #Mmmm #YouHadToShitHuh #MmmMmmAllow #McMumbles #GetEmMyNiggaGetEm #NewHipHop #EvenACavemanCanDoIt #PootieTangRap.”
40 Glocc doesn't like The Game. At all. So it made plenty of sense for the Cali rapper to use Game's feud with Meek Mill to throw some brand new shade at the man he sued last year. Sometime between Sept. 19 and Sept. 20, 40 used his Insta to post a meme implying that Game had been working with the police. “THIS NIGGA @LosAngelesConfidential REALLY.. PUBLICALY WORKING WITH THE POLICE.. & STAY LYING CALLING NIGGAZ SNITCHES CUZ," reads 40 Glocc's caption. "NOTICE HE ALWAYS SAYIN THE COPS CAME TO HIS HOUSE, BUT HE NEVER GO TO JAIL OR ON NO BAILS, EXCEPT FOR BEATING UP HIS BABY MOMMA FOR SHIT.” So there you have it: The Game has Drake in his corner, and Meek has 40 Glocc ... whether he wants to or not.
On Sept. 20 The Game returned to the battle rap arena in a major way, dropping an "OOOUUU" remix of his own. Titled "Pest Control," the Compton rapper's latest diss track makes sure to let Meek and everyone else know that no one is safe from his wrath once it's fully unleashed. On the vicious diss song Game questions Meek's manhood by pointing out the perceived failures in all the Dreamchasers recent beefs. “You jumped Quentin Miller and now you don’t scrap/It was time to go at Drizzy and now you don’t rap," he raps. "Ask your bitch, she know I beez in the trap/You gotta move out of L.A., I’ll put them Bs on your back/And Barbie put her thumb in your butt/That Ken Doll loves gettin’ fucked.” Game continues by making some pretty shocking allegations about how Meek got into his relationship with Nicki Minaj, rapping, "Now tell the world how you got your bitch/You FaceTime’d Nicki while Safaree was fuckin’ a chick/You ain’t shit but a rat to me, a snake that don’t rattle me … The louder you scream, the whacker the verse/I put that Dick Chaser logo on the back of your hearse/They say the Meek shall inherit the earth/So I dug your ass up cuz Drizzy buried you first.”
Battle rap is one thing, but true beef is a matter of life or death. Or at least, that's what Gillie Da Kid had to say about the much-publicized feud between The Game and Meek Mill. “That’s how you know I be in my own world. I didn’t even know this shit with Meek and Game was going on, man” Gillie said on Sept. 20. “That shit crazy. Somebody gotta die. If somebody don’t die, that shit don’t mean nothing. At this point, somebody got to pull that pistol out and put some action down. If not this shit gonna be fake. Somebody gotta die. Only way I see it. Fuck all that Black Lives Matter shit. Somebody gotta die. Fuck it. We from Philly, niggas die every day, man.” We definitely see where Gillie is coming from, and we all sincerely hope Game and Meek's beef remains confined to wax.
On Sept. 19, Philadelphia's own AR-AB chopped it up with ThisIs50 and offered his take on the ongoing feud between Meek Mill and The Game. “There’s always some rap beef. I just hope this shit don’t get violent, man.” The Philly rapper continued, “Out in L.A., there’s real niggas out there. There’s real killers out there. A lot of them work out, get buff and want to fight. If you’re talking about Philly, everything is [with] the gun. You’ll probably never get a fight out of a Philly nigga. They’re gonna bring a gun. Everything is [with] the gun in Philly. Everybody shoots you out that joint, man.”
On Sept. 20, The Game stopped by The Wendy Williams Show. Having lived in through the East Coast/West Coast rap war that many believe claimed the lives of Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G., Williams couldn't ignore the opportunity to talk to Game about the perils of rap war. For his part, Game said that his beef with Meek Mill wouldn't end in a fight, and that everything he was doing was in the spirit of hip-hop.
On Sept. 18, Chino took his labelmate Meek Mill's strategy of accusing rival rappers of using ghostwriters. Predictably taking Meek's side, Chino aimed ghostwriting allegations at The Game, tweeting "I kno THE GAME ghost writer btw he from Chicago he ran wit some good Baltimore dudes!” On Sept. 20, he again took to Twitter to try and chip away at Game's credibility as a lyricist and even named the alleged ghostwriter.“Can someone tell the game stop it,” Chino wrote. “It’s public an it’s always been in the streets ain’t no telling over here wit the chasers homie! Btw ‘Marcus black’ wrote that . . . Time to expose ya writer ! #oooooouuuuuuu. That’s a fact!”
When an unarmed motorist by the name of Terence Crutcher was gunned down by a police officer in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the Black community once again found itself gripped by grief. It was just the latest in a series of police shootings that rappers and politicians have tried to speak out against for years. One of those rappers was The Game, who spoke with TMZ on Sept. 20. The incident apparently made the "Red Nation" rapper reconsider his beef with Meek Mill. “I find it a little difficult to be beefing with another African American artist cause on one accord, I should be on this Black Lives Matter push and this cops killing African Americans thing,” The Game said. “And then on the other side, I got this beef with Meek going, so I’m torn. It makes me look bipolar.” Despite his conscience, it doesn't seem like The Game will let anything stop him from continuing his beef with the Dreamchasers artist. “Me and Meek know what’s up. He knows what was done. I know what was done,” Game told TMZ at the time. “Something’s gotta be done about that. It’s gotta be figured out.”
On Sept. 22 The Game stopped by Sirius XM's Hip-Hop Nation and discussed the origins of his beef with Meek Mill. In the interview, Game explained that the conflict began with the misconstruing of one of his friendly gestures at an L.A. night club. The first gesture came when The Game sent a bottle of Rosé to Meek Mill, who had just been let off from house arrest. According to Game, the second gesture came in the form of some timely advice he gave to the Dreams and Nightmares rapper. In the later stages of the night, Game advised Meek to leave the club a bit early because robberies had been happening in the days and weeks prior. Unfortunately, Sean Kingston, whose table neighbored Meek Mill's, didn't get that advice. Kingston was beaten and robbed a short time later. Game told the folks at Hip-Hop Nation Kingston then accused him of setting him up for the robbery because Meek told the singer about the friendly advice Game had given Meek earlier. It was at this point that Game set-up a three-way phone call for all parties involved to sort things out. According to Game, it was from there that things got out of hand. “He’s going off on Sean Kingston. ‘I ain’t tell you nothing.’ Sean Kingston saying, ‘Yes, you did.’ He’s saying, ‘Motherfucker, you bitch-ass nigga…’ So, I just hung up the phone,” Game explained. Game claimed that a while after the ill-fated phone call with Meek and Kingston, detectives paid him a visit. He kept his feelings about the whole ordeal to himself for as long as he could, but one drunken night in Miami led Game to let loose. “I got drunk in Miami one night … and you know, you tell the truth. It comes out. So, I grab the mic and out of nowhere, I’m like, ‘Fuck Meek Mill.’ … From then, I had to ride it out. That’s what we’re doing.”
On Sept. 22, business mogul Russell Simmons announced that Game and Meek Mill had officially squashed their beef. For about 10 minutes it looked like the two rappers had risen above their egos and personal issues with each other, but The Game's manager Wack 100 quickly and very disrespectfully let Simmons and the rest of the world know that wasn't the case. “Hey Russel stay in your muthafucking Lane you don’t dictate or have a voice in Wtf we doing over here . When’s the last time you reached down to sign a urban artist ? Whatever you and @meekmill is talking about during your Yoga sessions is y’all business !! We keeping it #West over here my nigga …. #WeAintSquashingShitRu @uncleRush,” Wack captioned in a post featuring Simmons' meditation book. Shortly afterward, Wack spoke with Simmons on the phone and came back with a revised Insta-post, even mentioning that Game and Meek's beef could be ending soon after all. “Just talked to Russel he informed me that he made no comments about squashing nothing those words never came out his mouth the media twisted what his intentions were," Wack explained in his post. He continued, "So with knowing that we stand where we stand. Hip Hop is hip hop let the music do the talking and all the other bullshit can stay in the darkness ….. We’re waking up as men and functioning as men. For the record I’ve spoken to @Shabazztheog and @BeanieSigelsp several times and our conversations have been humble and respectful. @Nypsehussle @bigu1 @therealdjkayslay have been mediating conversations between myself and @meekmill and all signs have been pointing towards letting the fire burn out whenever it burns out… What will happen is this we will respect the opinion of @unclerush but we will only allow the powers that be in this Jungle to be involved in the politics of what is to be …”
On Sept. 23 Game put to rest any notion of squashing his beef with Meek by stopping through Brooklyn to shoot his video for "Pest Control." Uncle Murda showed up for the shoot, but fellow Brookyln resident Maino made a very public point not to show up.
In another instance of supremely disrespectful behavior, The Game drove around Philadelphia bumping Beanie Sigel and as he made his way to get a famous Philly cheesesteak from Geno's. The Cali rapper documented the experience on his Instagram page on Sept. 23.
Drag-On wasn't too happy about The Game's non-flattering name-drop on "Pest Control" ("I'm the old DMX, you niggas is Drag-On"), and so the Ruff Ryder dropped his own Game diss on Sept. 23. Titled "Game Time," the track sees Drag-On criticize Game for posting pictures in his underwear. At the end of the track, Drag-On let's Game know he needs to put some respect on his name. “Don’t ever mention my name big bruh unless you putting some legendary shit on it,” Drag-On says in the video. “I don’t give a fuck how much your big ass working out homie. I paved the way for you lil’ niggas. Straight up on some young OG shit. Fam, I’m the first wave homie. Remember that.”
On Sept. 24, The Game made an attempt to make right by apologizing to Nicki Minaj for bringing her into his beef with her boyfriend Meek Mill. During a stop at The Breakfast Club, Game said, "Nicki should just stay out of it. She’s in her lane. She’s doing her thing, she’s an amazing artist. I’ve got love and respect for her. I’m sorry I had to drag her into this, and it was a minimal drag, but she wasn’t disrespected at all. I went and I did what I had to do. It looked like a photo shoot or a video shoot, it don’t look like us in a hotel room.”
While in Georgia to perform at the Shawty Lo tribute concert on Sept. 22, Beanie Sigel admitted that he ghostwrote portions of Meek Mill's Game diss. “I just happened to come in the studio," Beans explains in the interview. "So I just was helping him out with some lyrics, and the situation kind of played out like it did. It’s really no beef, especially between me and Game.” Beans couldn't have known then, but this interview would play a role in something truly unexpected and somewhat unprecedented just a few days later."
On Sept. 23, an associate of Meek Mill jumped Beanie Sigel before the "Guess Who's Back" rapper was set to take the stage at the Philly stop of the Bad Boy Reunion tour. On Sept. 24, Game became one of the first people to let the world know what happened to Beans. “So the young bul knocked out the old head because he was drawling at the jawn,” says Game in his Instagram video. “Niggas is crazy. Niggas went and got Beans on a song to diss me, that ain’t do what niggas thought it was gonna do, so y’all went back and beat the legend up, man? Niggas is drawling,” he continues. Considering that Beans had appeared on a diss track with Meek, everyone was wondering why, exactly, Meek would want to put hands on him. For his part, Meek made an Instagram post telling people not to believe in "rumors."
Understandably, Beanie Sigel wasn't too happy about being jumped, so it was no surprise when the former Roc-A-Fella MC said some less-than-flattering things about Meek the first time he got the chance. That chance came on Sept. 23, when he took the stage at the Bad Boy Reunion tour and exclaimed that Philly would "be represented right." That, of course, came before anyone knew about what had just happened to him backstage. On Sept. 28, Beans appeared on the Tax Season podcast and went into a lengthy rant attacking Meek's manhood what he believes is Meek's unwillingness to adhere to the truest codes of the street. Mack even offered his own take on why the MMG rapper started a beef with Drake last summer, seemingly addressing Meek himself. "So what's the real reason why you was mad at Drake? In my point of view, you] was laying in the bed one night, you rolled over and you looked at [Nicki Minaj], and asked her 'Did you fuck that nigga?' And she ain't answer in the way you wanted her to. That's what I think." Once again, ouch.
The Game is nothing if not relentless, so no one was surprised to see him continue to go at Meek Mill's neck on Instagram. On Sept. 24, he did just that and uploaded an image of Meek, Beanie Sigel and Omelly photoshopped onto the bodies of two Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Master Splinter. “So 1st, it was just me vs #MeekyMouse then he went & got his big cousin cause he can’t fight…. Then we figured out this nigga cousin can’t rap.. so these idiots go get Beanie Sigel & bring him outta retirement to write they raps…. only to get bodied on #PestControl as a group,” Chuck said in the caption for the photo. “Then niggas say I can’t come to Philly, so I go get a cheesteak from @genossteaks in SOUTH PHILLY…. then when I get there, niggas say.. I’m at the tourist spot… naw nigga.. I’m where #Meesha shot his video at cause that’s all I know,” he continued.
On Sept. 25, The Game's manager Wack 100 uploaded a picture of an order for protection filed against The Game. The client? None other than Sean Kingston. Needless to say, Chuck wasn't too happy. He responded with an Instagram post of his own shortly afterwards. "I got to sleep for a few hours then wake up to see this all over the Internet," Game said in one part of his caption. "Aye ..... @SeanKingston you ain't gotta worry bout me, you nutty going to get a restraining order on me & got my name all on paperwork ...... you cats is krazy!!! I ain't comin nowhere near you bum, you snitchin ..." he continued in the now deleted post. “But [you] was talking tough all in Patois the other day.”
Not too long after filming in Brooklyn and Baltimore, The Game unleashed the official video for his scorching diss track, "Pest Control" on Sept. 26. Uncle Murda makes an appearance at the end of the vid. You can peep it for yourself below.
The Game and his manager Wack 100 had apparently resolved any issues they had with Beanie Sigel after the Philly rapper appeared on Meek Mill's "OOOUUU" diss track. So Wack and Game were both were pretty displeased when they learned that Beans was jumped by Meek's affiliate Teefy Bey at the Bad Boy Reunion tour. Wack posted a video voicing his disapproval for Teefy's actions on Sept. 28. “Y’all niggas went back there and put your hands on Beans. On Piru and everything Piru stand for, Beans ain’t told me shit about nothing," Wack explained, shooting down the notion that Beans told them any information he shouldn't have. "If you pay attention to where this problem come from, it all go back to your man Meek. That nigga Beans been carrying Philly on his back for 20 plus years. Y’all violate that man in front of his wife and his kids…that nigga ain’t told us nothing. Whoever the fuck did that need to be dealt with. Y’all need to deal with that nigga Meek and tell him get back in the booth. Fix that.”
If the beef has taught us one thing, it's that The Game's manager Wack 100 is the most "about it" industry figure this side of Suge Knight. As you might remember, Maino conducted his own mini-protest of Game's video shoot in Brooklyn, and he posted it on Instagram. Simply put, Wack was having none of that and lashed out against the Brooklyn rapper on Instagram. For his post, Wack simply wrote, “when they figure out your playing both sides my nigga you gonna be in #IT.” Maino used his own Instagram to respond a short time later. "I felt like niggas in my own Borough was acting like Hoes to be in a video about a beed that ha Nothing to do wit them or Brooklyn,” the "All the Above" rapper wrote. “How GANGSTA is typing on Instagram when u know I’m reachable. ..I’m starting to really wonder about u brother. Ur Gangsta antics on social media looking questionable.” You can see the rest of their comparatively minor Instagram altercation here.
And the beef rolls on. On Sept. 30, Meek clapped back at The Game and possibly Beans during a vicious freestyle. In the booth with Funkmaster Flex, Meek tackled classic instrumentals like Jay Z's "Where I'm From" and Mobb Deep's "Quiet Storm" before going off acapella. "All this Cash Money got me stunting like I'm Baby / Posted up with Nicky, that's when it get tricky," the Dreamchaser rapped. "Niggas in they feelings, that's when it get Drizzy," he continued. You can see the rest of the freestyle below:
Meek Mill used a Sept. 30 concert to let the world know that he was over anything having to do with Instagram beef. He was obviously talking about Meek Mill. “I ain’t going back and forth on the Internet,” he said during the show. “I ain’t doing no more talking with that nigga. Any nigga you hear say something about Meek Mill, tell them to handle me on sight."
Former friends have now turned to enemies as Beanie Sigel drops a diss track aimed at Meek Mill. The two, who joined forces for the initial diss Meek put out directed at The Game, are now at odds. Titled “I’m Coming," the song finds Beans holding nothing back. “You fuckin with the crip keeper, grim reaper/You just a tweeter, I’m the knock in the devil’s speaker/Stop, this bigger than Omeeka/I wanted U-N-I-T-Y, Latifah/Switch this horror flick, double feature/Shame what niggas do for money, my brother’s keeper/A sucker way out, this is silly/Face said look him in his eyes if he gilly/Nigga, you weak for real/You did that for Meek? You shoulda did it for Mills/Bitch you shoulda did it for real/Got niggas checkin under cars ‘fore they get in they wheel,” he raps.
Beanie Sigel keeps the feud going by releasing a new diss track targeting Meek Mill. According to Beans, he’s Philadelphia’s first rap champion, which he asserts on the diss track "Goodnight." “Put that beam on your back/Me, the reason beaver leaned on the Ac/Me, the reason Philly even on the map/Me, the reason your silly ass rap," he raps.
He even brings Jay Z into this lyrical beef. “And I tried to give you some game that Jay gave me … to make the transition from the street to the fame/You got a lil’ fame and tried to add street to your name," Beanie Sigel delivers.
A phone conversation between The Game and Beanie Sigel surfaced with the two MCs discussing Meek Mill. While The Game calls the MMG rapper out for violating him, Beanie sides with the Compton rapper for the first time on wax.
In the audio, The Game is heard saying “He violated me, my nigga." Beanie responds, “You got every right to do whatever you want to do to Meek. That’s y’all beef. I’m not calling about Meek. Literally, I could give two shits. We not making no paper with Meek. Meek ain’t trying to do nothing with me. He ain’t call me to ask me to do a record or nothing.”
The phone call is likely from the same conversation The Game spoke about during his interview with The Breakfast Club.