On Friday, The Game released a new track called “92 Bars” that disses Meek Mill. “Ever since that n—a snitched on me, we just don’t speak,” he raps.
According to TMZ, sources close to both rappers allegedly say that the beef stems from a robbery in June involving Kingston, where he was attacked at a Los Angeles nightclub before his reported $300,000 chain was snatched. Game is said to believe that Mill told authorities that he or his crew may have been involved in the burglary.
Meek Mill seems to have responded to the beef on Instagram, sharing a picture of him with girlfriend, rapper Nicki Minaj, as he throws up two middle fingers. “U wanna fight?,” the caption reads.
Meanwhile, Kingston posted a video Saturday in which he sides with Meek Mill. “I aint trying to be in media, no drama, no nothing,” the singer said on Instagram. “Meek, that’s my dawg we never had no conversations about nothing. When [the robbery] happened I kept it moving me and [Meek] left the club as equal. It was nothing. At the end of the day let’s dead this shit.”
The Game didn’t take too kindly to Kingston’s words. The L.A. rapper responded with an Instagram video, saying, “I wonder how many peanut butter and jelly sandwiches Meek had to make your jelly bean smuggling ass switch up on this Instagram. When you know f—ing well that you got your ass robbed in the club, ran for all your f—ing jewelry and you ain’t do shit.”
The L.A. rapper went on to say that Kingston called him asking to help retrieve his jewelry, and later told him that Meek Mill blamed the Game for setting up the robbery.