Meek Mill Taps Beanie Sigel For Game Diss Track
The beef between Game and Meek Mill continues, with Meek dropping a new diss track, via a remix to Young M.A.'s "Ooouuu."
The Philly rapper enlists fellow hometown artists, Beanie Sigel and Omelly, for diss-filled song.
"Durk checked you / Thug sonned you / Fif dropped you / Mac one’d you / Strippers-turned-rappers / Look what we've come to / You a f*ggot, my lady would never f*ck you," Meek Mill raps on the track.
Elsewhere, Meek questions whether Game is relevant on the West Coast, while shouting out Compton rap star YG. "I’ve been to Bompton / You don’t run that / Shout out to YG, where my Bloods at? / Call my eses, where them guns at?"
Meanwhile, Beanie has just one line: "One phone call I’m in L.A. in three hours / The bully, please don’t bring me out of retirement.”
Game started the public feed last week, when he dissed Meek Mill while on stage in Miami, saying he wants "to beat that n*gga's ass one good time." He then followed with the release of a diss track called "92 Bars".
While the origin of the beef was unknown at the time, it's since been revealed that Game believes Meek "snitched" on him, in regard to a chain-snatching incident in Los Angeles over the summer, when Sean Kingston was robbed of a $300,000 chain inside an L.A. nightclub.
Game says he was not involved in Kingston's robbery, but doesn't appreciate being snitched on by Meek Mill.