Posted by , Oct 28, 2016 at 05:08pm
Rick Ross plays peacemaker once again, announcing that he has squashed the beef between The Game and Meek Mill.

As Meek Mill finally has dropped DC4, hip-hop fans are wondering if the tape will have any affect on the current beefs he's involved in. Thankfully, the album wasn't riddled with subliminals, though there are certainly a few inflammatory bars across the 14 tracks. In a new clip taken from a forthcoming interview with Taxstone, Meek reveals his initial response to Drake's momentous diss track, "Back to Back," admitting he "thought it was hot," but not representative of what a real diss track should be. Though there is still no love lost between him and his "R.I.C.O." collaborator, it seems that, upon the release of DC4, Meek's highly publicized spat with The Game has reached a conciliatory ending. The man who worked things out? Ricky Rozay, who, a year ago, also resolved tensions between Meek and Wale, both his underlings. 

Ross made the announcement on his Snapchat today, as he was dripping sweat while in the middle of an intense boxing session, which he felt made for the "perfect time to let you know I had a conversation with my brother Game, on the West Coast." "We put that shit behind us," he then revealed, of course referring to Game's beef with Meek, during which Beanie Sigel has jumped in and switched sides. "Real n*ggas worldwide," he continued, going on to conclude the peacetime announcement by telling those watching him to purchase both DC4 and The Game's recent album, 1992

Check out the Snapchat footage in the video below, and skip to 1:40 to hear Ross speak on the squashing of the beef. 

Rick Ross Squashes Meek Mill's Beef With The Game

Rick Ross plays peacemaker once again, announcing that he has squashed the beef between The Game and Meek Mill.


As Meek Mill finally has dropped DC4, hip-hop fans are wondering if the tape will have any affect on the current beefs he's involved in. Thankfully, the album wasn't riddled with subliminals, though there are certainly a few inflammatory bars across the 14 tracks. In a new clip taken from a forthcoming interview with Taxstone, Meek reveals his initial response to Drake's momentous diss track, "Back to Back," admitting he "thought it was hot," but not representative of what a real diss track should be. Though there is still no love lost between him and his "R.I.C.O." collaborator, it seems that, upon the release of DC4, Meek's highly publicized spat with The Game has reached a conciliatory ending. The man who worked things out? Ricky Rozay, who, a year ago, also resolved tensions between Meek and Wale, both his underlings. 

Ross made the announcement on his Snapchat today, as he was dripping sweat while in the middle of an intense boxing session, which he felt made for the "perfect time to let you know I had a conversation with my brother Game, on the West Coast." "We put that shit behind us," he then revealed, of course referring to Game's beef with Meek, during which Beanie Sigel has jumped in and switched sides. "Real n*ggas worldwide," he continued, going on to conclude the peacetime announcement by telling those watching him to purchase both DC4 and The Game's recent album, 1992

Check out the Snapchat footage in the video below, and skip to 1:40 to hear Ross speak on the squashing of the beef. 

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