Blac Chyna has found herself in the middle of Meek Mill and The Game’s beef after the latter referenced her in his diss song, “92 Bars.” The track, released last week, was The Game’s jab at Mill but he also upset Rob Kardashian by talking about hooking up with his fiancée.
According to TMZ, Kardashian and Chyna got into a nasty fight recently over the lyrics in The Game’s song. In “92 Bars,” the California native raps: “Blac Chyna head the bomb, Al-Qaeda.” Sources connected to the couple, who are expecting a baby girl together, told TMZ that Kardashian had no idea Chyna was once involved with The Game and felt like that was something she should have told him early on in their relationship.
Chyna, however, apparently doesn’t see her and The Game’s past as a big deal because it happened way before she got together with the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star. Even though Kardashian and Chyna had a little verbal disagreement over the song, TMZ reported that they believe The Game is in the wrong because he never gave Chyna a heads up that he was going to talk about her.
The Game dropped “92 Bars” last Friday after dissing Mill during an appearance at Club Story in Miami. 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----.”
On Tuesday, the rapper opened up about the drama between himself and Mill on “The Wendy Williams Show.” According to the daytime talk show host, the feud was sparked by Sean Kingston getting an expensive piece of jewelry stolen while partying at a Los Angeles nightclub both The Game and Mill were at. Williams said that Kingston called The Game for help with getting his stolen property back, but also reached out to Mill who told him that The Game was somehow involved in Kingston getting robbed.
“It comes down to a point where you got to deal with it as it comes. I feel like I was violated,” The Game said, referring to his feud with Mill as a “little hip-hop beef.”