This The Game and Meek Mill dis is escalating into one hell of an intense mutual hostility.It is plainly quite the loaded week for hip-hop beef. Just few days after Kid Cudi called out Drake and Kanye West with both given a prompt reaction, The Game is taking shots at noted rap punching bag Meek Mill.
There’s a lot to unpack in this storming beef, and it all began late last night (September 15), while The Game was performing at a club in Miami. Suddenly, he began verbally distruction of Meek Mill from behind the mic, calling the Philly rapper a snitch and threatening to beat him up.
Among his rhymes are “Aye, Meek Mill snitching on me,” The Game shouted to the crowd. “I just want to beat that n***a’s ass one good time. When you see me n***a, square up. It ain’t gotta be about no guns. Fuck Meek Mill.”
Just hours later, Game debuted a new song, “92 Bars,” on Power 105, which is full of fighting words: “Ever since that n****a snitched on me we just don’t speak / See that shit you got with Drake is like a slow leak / Blood will be dripping like Niagra if I poke Meek / Nicki won’t get no sleep, I’m coming through at 4 a.m. / Four deep and leave a dead body on the sheet.” He even talks about wanting to give Meek’s girlfriend Nicki Minaj his “pool stick,” and goes on to warn, “You know that I’ll snap you like a toothpick.”
In an incident that might not be related to their beef, hours after The Game’s Miami club performance, he and his associates were reportedly targets of a drive by shooting. Game was unharmed, however, and many fans were quick to point out that his escalating beef with Meek Mill might be entirely coincidental. After all, Game also has a feud with other Miami based rapper.
However, after dropping the breath taking “92 Bars,” Game kept fanning the flames by posting a photo on Instagram of him and Minaj. The pic is from the set of her 2014 “Pills and Potions” video, and shows her arm wrapped around The Game. The Compton MC captioned it, “The last time Nicki held a REAL N***A !!!,” followed by a rat emoji and the hashtags.
Listen to The Games’s Dis “92 Bars”