Did Meek Mill Just Share A Text From Beanie Sigel On Instagram?
Meek Mill may have just shared his response to Beanie Sigel. Earlier today, Beanie leveled some criticisms against Meek on the Tax Season podcast. Within the conversation, Beans took issue with the way Meek handled his beef with Drake and suggested that the rapper is losing support in his city of Philadelphia.
The Game Has Another Message For Meek Mill
Following Beanie Sigel's lengthy explanation of his problems with Meek Mill in an interview with Taxstone, The Game has chimed in on Instagram. Though it's not clear if it's a direct reaction to Beanie's interview, The Game decided to throw up a picture of two dead rats handing from string nooses on his IG, captioning the post with the Jay Z line, "It was all good just a week ago."
Top Tracks: September 19 - September 25
Last week's biggest news story continued to be The Game and Meek Mill's beef, which has now spiraled out to include accusations of ratting, an alleged brawl with Beanie Sigel, and
The Game & Meek Mill's Beef Now Involves Philly Cheesesteaks
When a beef has stretched this long on social media, it's bound to get weird and complicated. Since last night, The Game and Meek Mill have been going back and forth over Game's claim that he pulled up to get a Philly cheesesteak in Meek's North Philly neighborhood.
Beanie Sigel Says He Helped Meek Mill With Lyrics When Making The Game Diss
Earlier today, The Game posted an Instagram video in response to an alleged brawl between Meek Mill and Beanie Sigel in their hometown of Philly.
The Game Suggests Meek Mill Beat Up Beanie Sigel In Philly Last Night
Though the police killing of Terence Crutcher prompted The Game to have second thoughts about sparring with Meek Mill, it now seems that he's fully committed to the beef once again.
The Game Shoots Meek Mill Diss "Pest Control" Music Video In Brooklyn
The Game is doing at least 80% of the beefing in his current beef with Meek Mill, as is his custom. Thursday evening he was spotted filming a music video for "Pest Control," his second Meek Mill diss track, in Brooklyn, home of "OOOUUU" originator Young M.A. In a video posted by an onlooker to Instagram, The Game stunts for the camera while a bunch of dudes stand on the stoop behind him, rapping along every word. Game briefly hits the Shmoney dance.
20 Legendary Rapper Yearbook Photos
As cool as rappers may seem to you now, there was a time when your favorite spitter was in high school, and as dope as they may have seen themselves, we're certain that each one of them dealt with some serious haters. We're gonna take you on a tour of 20 rapper yearbook photos, an expansion of our previous list.
The Game Explains Why He Considers Meek Mill A Rat
The Game and Meek Mill are in the midst of a bitter beef that began when Game accused Meek of accusing Game's entourage of assaulting and stealing Sean Kingston's $300,000 chain at a Los Angeles nightclub. While Meek has vehemently denied Game's allegations, Game went on Ebro's Beats 1 radio show to explain why he considers Meek to be a rat, and why he just dropped a second "Meeky Mouse" diss.
Terence Crutcher’s Death Makes The Game Rethink Beef With Meek Mill
Even though he dropped “Pest Control” earlier today, it appears The Game might be reconsidering his beef with Meek Mill.
The Game Hints At The "3 Kardashians" He Claims To Have Slept With
The Game raised some eyebrows after he rapped about hooking up with "three Kardashians" on his song "Sauce" earlier this summer. Naturally, the rapper was asked about the line during his recent appearance on the Wendy Williams show, with Williams bringing up a photo of the family for reference (it's as weird as it sounds).
The Game's 5 Best Diss Tracks
The Game's fallout with 50 Cent shortly after the release of The Documentary in 2005 led him to release not one, not two, but dozens of diss tracks against 50 and G-Unit. While Game has taken shots at other rappers -- and non-rappers ("I'd kick David Beckham's ass on any given day") -- roughly 97% percent of his diss tracks have attempted to humiliate and emasculate G-Unit. In light of Game's new Meek Mill diss track "92 Bars," let us revisit five of the most memorable diss tracks released over the course of his prolific diss career.
Top Tracks: September 12 - September 18
Summer '16 seemed to come and go without a good, entertaining beef, but in the week before the official Fall equinox, one has emerged. You could definitely deem the new Meek Mill Vs. The Game beef as a spinoff of Meek and Drake's last summer, but when it comes to bars, this beef's picking up the long-dormant one's slack. We've already got a diss apiece from both parities involved, and although Meek's came in too late on Sunday night to be counted in Top Tracks this week, Game's is in here, and you can be sure Meek's will be next week.
Vote: The Game's "92 Bars" Vs. Meek Mill's "OOOUUU" (Remix)
Last week, a beef between The Game and Meek Mill erupted unexpectedly after Game accused Meek Mill of informing authorities that members of Game's crew had assaulted Sean Kingston and stolen his $300,000 chain at a Los Angeles nightclub earlier this summer.
Nipsey Hussle Advises Meek Mill & The Game To "Sit Down Like Men" & Squash Beef
The Game and Meek Mill have shown no signs of resolving their beef over the last few days, exchanging insults and diss tracks throughout the weekend. Drake, Beanie Sigel, and Sean Kingston, whose mugging in June is the event that sparked this whole disagreement, have all had some kind of involvement, but not many artists have swooped in to make peace between the rappers.Nipsey Hussle made the effort to advise the two rappers on Twitter yesterday, suggesting that they "sit down like men and express they differences."
The Game Responds To "OOOUUU" Remix With Instagram Shots At Meek Mill & Beanie Sigel
Just when it seemed like The Game and Meek Mill's beef had been taken off Instagram and on wax with the release of Meek Mill's "OOOUUU" remix, Game has returned shots at Meek and his dis track collaborator Beanie Sigel in a new post on his favorite platform.
The Game & Sean Kingston Exchange Insults After Sean Comes To Meek Mill's Defense
Sean Kingston is now in the middle of The Game's beef with Meek Mill. The feud seems to be connected to a June incident where Sean was robbed at an L.A. club. The Game has been accusing Meek Mill of pointing the cops towards him following the robbery, and now, he's become involved in a feud with Sean after the singer took to Instagram to suggest Meek was not involved at all.
Drake Makes It Clear Who He's Siding With In The Game & Meek Mill Beef
As The Game and Meek Mill wage war on Instagram, Drake has decided to make his allegiances clear -- and they shouldn't surprise anyone. Drizzy posted the cover art to The Game's upcoming project, 1992, just after Game and Meek Mill were going at each other, once again suggesting that Drake and Meek will not be burying the hatchet anytime soon.
Meek Mill & The Game Beef Heats Up On Instagram
Since Friday, The Game has been dissing Meek Mill on stage, on record, and on Instagram, where he has accused Meek of mentioning his name to the police, and has
Big Meech Sends Meek Mill Words Of Encouragement
The Game is doing his best to goad Meek Mill into a beef. Meek Mill has an angel on his shoulder telling him to ignore the noise: legendary drug kingpin Big Meech. Meek Mill shared a text message he received from the incarcerated Meech on Instagram.