The Game
The Game just slammed Meek Mill on Instagram for allegedly fueling the Remy Ma-Nicki Minaj feud. Pictured: The American rapper sitting courtside while watching the Los Angeles Lakers vs. Houston Rockets game in Los Angeles on Nov. 18, 2012. Reuters/Alex Gallardo

Although Meek Mill has already made it clear that he’s not going to get involved in the Remy Ma-Nicki Minaj feud, The Game still thinks he’s responsible for fueling it. The “All Eyez” rapper, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, just took to social media to slam Minaj’s ex-lover and even call out the latter for being ungrateful to the “Anaconda” hitmaker.

On Monday, The Game uploaded a screenshot of Hot 97 radio host Ebro Darden’s Instagram post showing a video game meme of Remy Ma physically attacking Minaj. While The Game did not directly react to Darden’s post, he wrote a lengthy caption in which he slammed Mill for causing the mess between the two female rappers.

In The Game’s rant, he claimed that Mill is still salty because the “Super Bass” songstress left him. He then went on to diss the “Litty” artist for being ungrateful to Minaj who gave him “life,” affection and even bought him the things he “couldn’t ever afford” on his own. The Game also noted that Minaj even stayed by Mill’s side despite the beef he had with Drake.

The “Hate It or Love It” hitmaker continued by saying that Mill messed up big time for not returning the love Minaj showed him and for ruining his chance at making her his wife. Interestingly, The Game may have just admitted his fondness for Minaj, since he mentioned in his rant that he “shoulda [sic] never took my hands from around Nicki that day we shot #PillsNPotions.”

Finally, The Game said Mill should be thankful for the fame his romance with Minaj gave him for it was the sole reason he was able to last long in the music scene. “She the only reason you lasted long enough to beef wit [sic] me,” he said, before adding that it’s only a matter of time until he can get his hands on Mill.

The Game’s rant comes in the wake of Remy Ma’s release of her diss track for Minaj titled “Shether.” For her part, Minaj already released her “Make Love” collab with Gucci Mane even before Remy Ma’s diss track. In her verse, Minaj speaks of her being the queen of rap and that someone is quite jealous of her success.