Beanie Sigel on Fellow Philadelphian Meek Mill: 'The Whole City Hate You'

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Beanie Sigel at MIST Harlem on June 17, 2016 in New York City. 

The already messy beef brewing between Meek Mill and The Game just got a bit more interesting as Beanie Sigel airs out Meek Mill during an interview on the Tax Season podcast that was released Wednesday (Sept. 28). 

Compelled to get a few things off his chest, "Let's start with the facts," Sigel says to begin. "You don't have a stamp in the street at all. I don't know one person that can say they ever heard Meek Mill being in a real fight, let alone popping a pistol." 

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Beanie Sigel has built a reputation in hip-hop as one of the genre's best lyricists and placed Philadelphia on the map musically, transforming the city into a music hub. His beef with Meek dates back years ago when the two rappers were supposed to perform at a show together but the plans fell through. "All these people hate you. All these people wanna rob you. The whole city hate you. Who in Philadelphia hate you? You bringing that on yourself. You talking that into fruition," the Philly native adds. "Now it's to the point where your f---ery is becoming transparent. Now you in a place where n---as is saying you misrepresenting Philadelphia."

Listen to Beanie Sigel's full interview below. 


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