By: Marquis Goodwin
Career bully and known "beef" connoisseur, The Game, is back at it again and this time he picked someone familiar with art of beef. A few months removed from his beef with Drake, Meek Mill now has a beef with The Game on his hands.
Last week during an appearance in Miami, The Game called Meek Mill a "snitch" on stage stemming from a robbery involving artist, Sean Kingston. In June, Kingston allegedly got robbed for a $300,000 necklace. The Game claims he was questioned by police for the incident and Meek Mill is to blame for police coming to him. According to The Game the police came to him after Meek told Kingston The Game was behind the robbery.
This led to The Game dropping the diss song "92 Bars." Since then, both The Game and Meek dropped diss songs on, Brooklyn newcomer, Young M.A's "Ooouuu" beat. Additionally Sean Kingston sided with Meek and dropped a rant calling The Game a "male stripper" and a "crook" aside from other things. Drake co-signed The Game by reposting a preorder link to buy The Game's upcoming album 1992. Check it all out in the video above and the diss songs below.