The Game Fires Back at Meek Mill With Vicious Diss Song '92...

The Game Fires Back at Meek Mill With Vicious Diss Song '92 Bars'


The Game Fires Back at Meek Mill With Vicious Diss Song '92 Bars' news

Disregard the photo above, The Game has launched a full-fledged attack on his new rap adversary Meek Mill with the vicious diss song, “92 Bars.”

On Friday (Sept. 16), Power 105. 1’s The Breakfast Club morning show premiere the track, which reportedly will appear on The Game’s upcoming album, 1992. Over a pounding beat, the Compton rapper spits acidic bars at his detractors and recounts his earlier days growing up and listening to rap from L.A. to Philadelphia.

The Game drops several references to Philly before aiming his lyrical vitriol at Meek Mill. It’s then that we find out why The Game has a problem with the Dreamchaser leader.

“I got a bitch from Minneapolis pack a semi / Bang the ratchet at Denny’s and fly herself back to Philly / She got a couple mill and she don’t even know Meek / And ever since that n—- snitched on me we just don’t speak,” he raps. “See that s— you got with Drake is like a slow leak / Blood’ll be dripping like Niagara if I poke Meek / Nicki won’t get no sleep, I’m coming through at 4AM / Four deep, to leave his dead body on the soaked sheets.”

He then adds, “You better have Ross call me or you gonna be eye level with the roaches feet.”

At the end of the song, The Game even slanders Meek’s girlfriend Nicki Minaj rapping, “N—- you know that I’ll snap you like a toothpick / And snitching on n—-s ain’t never been no cool s— / And I’ve been wanting to give Nicki this pool stick / So tell your lil’ vibrant thing come f— with Q-Tip.”

So this explains why The Game called out Meek Mill at club Story in Miami on Thursday (Sept. 15). We still don’t know what Meek allegedly snitched about but The Game is obviously pissed off about it. In addition, a targeted shooting may also be a part of this heated rap feud that popped up out of nowhere.

It will be interesting to see or hear how Meek Mill will respond to The Game’s lyrical threats. To be continued.