Meek Mill, The Game
New footage shows Beanie Sigel in the studio during the recoding of Meek Mill's Game diss. Pictured: Meek Mill at the Mondrian Hotel on June 26, 2015 in Los Angeles and The Game at the BET Awards on June 27, 2014 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Jason Merrit, Alberto E. Rodriguez

After making a whole beef out of ghostwriting allegations against Drake, could Meek Mill himself have used a ghostwriter? That’s what rapper The Game believes, and according to new footage, his claim may be supported.

On Sept. 23, The Game alleged that Beanie Sigel had a hand in writing rapper Omelly’s verse on Meek Mill’s diss song, “Ooouuu (Remix).” “I told Beans, when they told you to write and get on a song and write his version of the diss at a dude that you rock with and you been 100 with, you’re supposed to slam the door on that,” The Game told The Breakfast Club.

Now, leaked footage of the studio sessions supports The Game’s claims and shows Beanie Sigel in the studio with Omelly and Meek Mill. In the video, Beans can be seen with Omelly, coaching him on the delivery of one of his lines. Later in the video, Meek Mill appears but we don’t see Beanie Sigel helping him with his lines.

Following The Game’s interview, Beanie Sigel potentially stuck his foot in his mouth when he hinted that he had a hand in penning Meek’s verse as well. “I just happened to come in the studio, so I just was helping him out with some lyrics, and the situation kind of played out like it did. It’s really no beef, especially between me and Game,” he said in an interview.

While Beans and The Game may have hinted at Sigel writing some of the song’s lyrics, Sigel never revealed how big a role he played in the song’s creation. When asked how much of the lyrics he wrote, Sigel said, “I don’t want to put that out there like that or discredit nobody for their skills or nothing.”