The Game has a problem with Meek Mill. The 1992 artist was filmed at Story in Miami dissing Meek onstage for being a "snitch" and seemingly threatening to "beat [his] ass." According to Uproxx, Game's anti-Meek comments were made on Thursday. Meek hasn't directly responded to Game's comments just yet, but he did hit up Instagram with what may be a subtle reply early Friday morning.
"I just wanna beat that n****'s ass one good time," Game is seen telling the crowd in footage shared across social media. "When you see me n****, square up. It ain't gotta be about no guns. Fuck Meek Mill." Though it's not immediately clear what has Game feeling this way about Meek, what is clear is that dude is very upset.
Meek Mill and The Game were previously collaborators on the Documentary 2 bonus track "The Soundtrack" just last year. In an Instagram post shared Friday, Meek said "we ain't rapping fan handle ya biz [sic]," adding that he loved "this shit." Fans' comments on the post have since turned into a discussion on the meaning behind Game's comments.
Last month, The Game and 50 Cent squashed their own high-profile beef with a bonding session at a strip club. "I always said I didn't understand where it came from," 50 Cent told Big Boy during a Real 92.3 chat. "He explained it to me. We're in the same place. We're cool. I haven't wished bad on him the entire time."
The Game's new album 1992 is due Oct. 7.