"At no time did my client bring up the Game during the investigation. In fact, [Sean], to date, has not even spoken to any member of the LAPD regarding this incident," explained Kingston's attorney Michelle Iarusso in a statement to TMZ. The Game’s name was also not mentioned anywhere on a copy of Kingston’s police report.
Kingston tried to insert himself in the recent beef between Meek Mill and the Game over the weekend. In a series of Instagram posts, he sided with Meek while hurling insults at the Game and questioning his Blood affiliation. He also discussed the incident where his chain was stolen at a Los Angeles club back in June, which seems to be the root of Meek and Game's entire beef.
The Game believes that Meek snitched on him by alleging to police that he was responsible for the robbery, which set Game off at his concert Thursday night and again in a diss track, "92 Bars," that dropped Friday.
Then, Meek came out swinging against the Game with his new diss track "Ooouuu" that throws a ton of insults at the rapper, diving into his stripping past and throwing some warnings his way. In response, the Game posted up a pretty heated Instagram claiming that Meek bribed Beanie Siegel with crack, calling him a rat, and saying he will be back in the studio soon with a response.