The Game has a lot going on in his life right now, including his ongoing beef with Meek Mill. So the rapper stopped by NYC's SiriusXM offices this week to hash out the details of that beef with Hip Hop Nation's Torae.
As The Game explains it, he sent Meek a bottle of liquor during his first time back in Los Angeles after Meek finished his house arrest sentence. He then stopped by Meek's table to give him a heads up about how there had been a ton of robberies in the area recently and said that he should head out earlier than usual to avoid any trouble. Meek's table was next to Sean Kingston's, but Game didn't warn Kingston since, according to Game, they're not close friends. Unfortunately, Kingston got robbed of his $300,000 chain later that night and called Game, accusing him of setting him up and telling him, "Meek told me that you set me up!"
The three of them then jumped on the phone to sort everything out, which is when Meek and Sean Kingston started yelling at each other. "He's going off on Sean Kingston. 'I ain’t tell you nothing.' Sean Kingston saying, 'Yes, you did.' He's saying, 'Motherfucker, you bitch-ass n*gga…' So, I just hung up the phone," Game explained.
Detectives questioned Game later, which he thought was odd, but he kept his feelings to himself until his concert in Miami where he called out Meek on stage. "I got drunk in Miami one night…and you know, you tell the truth. It comes out. So, I grab the mic and out of nowhere, I’m like, 'Fuck Meek Mill,'" he said. "From then, I had to ride it out. That’s what we're doing."
The whole thing escalated when Meek brought Beanie Sigel into it. "He did the ultimate fuckery. He went and got Beans to help," Game said. "I got love for Beans so when he did that, I was genuinely hurt." Since then, Game and Meek have exchanged words over diss tracks, with Game having the last word on his "Ooouuu" remix, "Pest Control." "While I was doing it, I felt bad the whole time," he said. "I was like, 'I don’t want to do this to Beanie Sigel, but I'm about to smash this n*gga.'"
The tragic death of Terence Crutcher left Game rethinking the violent turn his beef with Meek was taking and he later said he doesn't think he needs to release any more Meek diss tracks. Although, in a separate interview with Hot 97, he said he doesn't regret anything.
Listen to everything the Game had to say on SiriusXM below. On a good note, Game got to have a quick catch up with none other than Gucci Mane when the two ran into each other in the Sirius hallways.
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