The on-going feud between Meek Mill and The Game has finally moved from social media to songs. After The Game released his Meek Mill diss record called “92 Bars,” Meek has released his own.

Rapping over the Young M.A. instrumental for “OOOUUU,” Meek recruited rappers Takbar, Omelly and Philadelphia legend Beanie Sigel, for his diss. “Durk checked you, Thug sonned you, Fif droppd you, Mac one’d you / Strippers turned rappers, look what we come to / You a f-----, my lady a never f--- you,” rapped Meek, making reference to The Game’s beef with rappers Lil Durk and Young Thug.

Later in the song, Meek Mill questions if The Game is starting a beef as a way to sell albums. “This what you do to sell your album? You only gonna sell like 15,000 the first week. (I put a mill on it.) ‘DC4’ on the way.” Meek even made a reference to The Game calling him a rat, saying, “You were signed to a rat, you a mouse, n----.”

The beef between the new rappers is a new one that started last week when The Game told a Miami crowd he wanted to fight Meek Mill. 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 following day, The Game released his diss track and accused Meek Mill of snitching. According to The Game, he believes Meek Mill told authorities that his people were involved in the robbery of artist Sean Kingston. 

But the verbal abuse didn’t stop there. The Game also brought Meek Mill’s girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, into the feud, saying he wanted to have sex with her. The Game went as far as posting a photo of he and Nicki Minaj on Instagram from a music video with a caption that read, “The last time Nicki held a REAL N-----.”