Game Talks “Pest Control” Diss, Beefs With Meek Mill & Sean Kingston
Despite a bomb scare and getting stuck in an elevator, Game made his way to The Breakfast Club to discuss his new album and beef with Meek Mill.
First off, the L.A. rapper discussed his buzzing Meek diss track, "Pest Control", revealing that he wrote it in NYC... and knew it was special right away. "When I wrote ['Pest Control'], I had the same feeling as I did when I wrote ['300 Bars']. I knew it was gonna be something when I was done," Game said.
While he goes in on Meek Mill on the song, there's a few things he said he had to leave out... because he may have gone too far. "There was a lot of things that I left out, when I coulda went really, really Charlamagne Tha God... I coulda went there," Game said. "I don't like to do mamas, but I did go to the 'Gram. She did have a mustache, so I felt it was fair play."
"I think people's kids are definitely off limits... at all times. They just kids. Other than that, no one is," he added.
As far as claims that Game is beefing for publicity and album sales, he dismisses those rumors. "I've sold 25 million albums. I don't understand how [beefing for publicity] is possible," he said. "I don't care if 1992 sell or don't sell. For the last 15 years of my life, I've been getting money here, there, everywhere. I'm still rich. I'm not going broke... ever. It's not about album sales. Albums ain't really selling like they used to. You not even getting that much money. It's all in your advance, and then, your backend -- but, you know that gets chewed up by the label and you don't see that money. It's not about selling albums."
Game goes on to explain the root of his issues with Meek Mill, which all stems from an incident over the summer, when Sean Kingston was robbed of a pricey chain inside a Los Angeles nightclub.
Listen to the full interview below: