Rick Ross Says He’s Squashed the Game-Meek Mill Beef

Rick Ross

As Meek Mill released his long-awaited DC4 mixtape this week, Rick Ross took to Snapchat, claiming he brokered a peace treaty between Game and Meek.

In a series of snaps, Rozay said that both rappers have put their issues behind them, before plugging Game's album 1992, alongside Meek's project.

"Perfect time to let you know I had a conversation with my brother Game on the West Coast," Ross said. "We put that sh*t behind us. Real n*ggas worldwide, n*gga. Real n*ggas do real things. If it’s on my side, don’t even trip. On your side, that’s how real n*ggas do it. Let’s get a billion.”

@richforever says he had a conversation with @losangelesconfidential to end beef! #Hiphop #thegame #meekmills #dc4 #1992

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Despite Rick Ross' claims, Game manager Wack 100 chimed in, denying the Miami rapper's claims... while making it clear, the beef is still on.

Game has not commented, as of press time.

According to @losangelesconfidential's manager @wack100 , the beef is still on & they still want to fight @meekmill . Wack claims @richforever has issues in Miami as well👀 Cd: @akademikstv

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Game has accused Meek Mill of snitching on him, telling Sean Kington he had him set up during a nightclub robbery over the summer. Since then, he's went on a campaign dissing Meek, via social media and on wax.