Meek Mill and The Game Exchange Diss Tracks, Feud Continues

Rucuss staffSeptember 20, 2016

The Game and Meek Mill can’t seem to come to any common ground.

The beef between the two seems to come out of nowhere and it continues to escalate. The drama all began last Thursday night (Sept. 15) when Game took time out of his set at Miami’s Club Story to call out Mill for allegedly snitching to police on him. Game claims Kingston’s $300,000 chain was stolen in a club. The Game said Kingston and Mill spoke with detectives about his alleged involvement in the jacking. However, Kingston’s attorney Michelle Iarusso denies her client’s involvement.

“At no time did my client bring up The Game during the investigation,” Iarusso told TMZ. “In fact, [Sean], to date, has not even spoken to any member of the LAPD regarding this incident.”

After The Game’s public rant he followed it with a diss track called 92 Bars.

Game raps, “Ever since that n—a snitched on me, we just don’t speak,” the Compton MC raps, later adding, “See, that s–t you got with Drake was like a slow leak/ Blood will be dripping like Niagara if I poke Meek/ Nicki won’t get no sleep/ I’m coming through at 4 a.m./ Four deep/ Leave his dead body on his soaked sheets.”

The back-and-forth continued on Instagram, and intensified when Kingston told his side of the story. Kingston sided with Mill and denied telling police anything. But Game wasn’t having it, he fired back on Instagram.


On Sunday night, Mill finally responded on a remix of rising New York rapper Young M.A.’s street hit OOOUUU, featuring Sigel and Meek affiliates Omelly and Takbar.

Mill raps, “Durk checked you, Thug sonned you/ Fif’ dropped you, Mac one’d you/ Strippers turned rappers look what we come to/ You a f—-t, my lady’ll never f— you,” Meek raps. Later he takes shots at Game’s alleged gang-affiliated history: “Menace to society, got guns by varieties/ Teardrops on your face, you ain’t got no bodies.”

The diss song also references an old photo of Game that shows him wearing a thong, with Meek repeatedly calling Game a male stripper. (For context, 50 Cent used the same photo on the cover of his Hate It or Love It: G-Unit Radio Part 21 mixtape back in 2006.)

Despite Game’s claims, he is not mentioned in the police report. Iarusso is representing Kingston in his lawsuit against the nightclub where the robbery took place. They are reportedly claiming that the theft happened due in part to the club’s negligence.

Listen to both diss tracks below.


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