Meek Mill has found himself in the middle of yet another nasty feud. This time, instead of trading disses with rapper Drake, Mill is being attacked by California native The Game.
It’s not clear what led to The Game and Mill’s drama, but the “My Life” rapper slammed Mill Thursday night during a show in Miami at Club Story. According to Billboard, The Game told the crowd: “I just wanna beat that n---- a-- one good time. When you see me, n----, square up. It ain’t gotta be about no guns. F--- Meek Mil. I’m Game.” The outlet said he later added: “Meek Mill not snitching on me? I never heard of that. F--- that n----.”
A few hours after The Game’s rant about Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend, the rapper was involved in a shooting near Miami Beach’s Fontainebleau Hotel. TMZ reported Friday that the incident happened around 7:30 a.m. when someone in a Mustang convertible drove past the valet at the hotel and started firing shots at a white Mercedes-Benz G Wagon. Cops told the outlet that the vehicle riddled with bullets was associated with The Game, but said no one was inside the car at the time of the shooting. Game’s concert Thursday night was just a few miles from where the shooting happened. There’s no word on if The Game’s diss towards Mill and the shooting are connected.
Mill hasn’t directly responded to The Game, but has been posting cryptic messages on Instagram. In one post, the Philadelphia rapper shared a picture of himself, writing in the caption, “Just got done counting 5 Millie in cash they making memes of me! I’m everything these chumps dream to be!”
Whatever sparked Mill and The Game’s beef, it seems to be far from over. On Friday, The Game bashed Mill yet again releasing the diss track “92 Bars.” The song will be featured on his upcoming album “1992,” due out Oct. 14. In the song, The Game raps: “Blood will be drippin’ like Niagara if I poke Meek. You know that I’ll snap you like a toothpick. … And snitching on n----- ain’t never been no cool s---.”
Mill has been involved in a very public feud with Drake ever since he accused him of using a ghostwriter in a Twitter rant last year. The Game has lashed out at other hop-hop artists including 50 Cent.