In the latest escalation of their beef, The Game drops his Meek Mill diss track "Pest Control." Going in over the beat to Young M.A.'s "Ooouuu," Game fires tons of shots at Meek, Beanie Sigel, Sean Kingston, and more. "This nigga taking Ls every time he goes viral," he raps. "Keep it 100, you Nicki Minaj sideshow." Addressing Sigel, who joined Meek on his recent diss track—also over Young M.A.'s "Ooouuu" beat—Game raps "Take Beans back to rehab/On Instagram looking like a motherfucking beanbag."
He saves his biggest shots for Meek though, referencing Meek's long-simmering beef with Drake. "You jumped Quentin Miller and now you don't scrap/It was time to go at Drizzy and now you don't rap/Ask your bitch, she know I beez in the trap/You better move out of L.A., I'll put them Bs on your back," he raps. He also had some words for Meek's notoriously loud rap style. "The louder you scream, the whacker the verse/I put that Dick Chaser logo on the back of your hearse/They say the Meek shall inherit the earth/So I dug your ass up cuz Drizzy buried you first," he spits.
This all comes in response to the pair's escalating feud. The Game called out Meek originally, alleging that Meek had snitched on The Game to the police following Sean Kingston's jewelry robbery. Meek denied the allegations, and the pair have been going back-and-forth on Instagram and on wax. The Game went first, dropping the track "92 Bars." Meek followed that up, recruiting Beanie Sigel and Omelly for his "Ooouu" remix, where the trio came at The Game for his past as a stripper, and also contained some unsavory homophobic slurs.
It looks like this beef is unlikely to die out anytime soon. You can check out The Game's "Pest Control" below.