Game Disses Meek Mill on New Track

Game Disses Meek Mill on New Track

This one's not for the faint of heart.

Published September 20th

The beef between Game and Meek Mill is really heating up. It seems almost daily a new development surfaces in the form of a diss track, slanderous Instagram post or third party story.

Today (September 20) the former happened as Game decided to fire back at the Philly rapper using the same instrumentals Meek used to diss him. Young M.A.’s hit song (or at least its instrumentals) is getting a lot of spin as Game is titling his version of it “Pest Control.” Apparently, Meek is the pest.

On the track, Game throws shots at Meek calling him a “Nicki Minaj sideshow” and Beanie Sigel with the bars, “Take Beans back to rehab / On Instagram looking like a m****rf***ing beanbag.”

And then, well, he gets pretty savage:

“You jumped Quentin Miller and now you don’t scrap / It was time to go at Drizzy and now you don’t rap / Ask your b***h, she know I beez in the trap / You gotta move out of L.A., I’ll put them Bs on your back / And Barbie put her thumb in your butt / That Ken Doll loves gettin’ f****d.

“Now tell the world how you got your b***h/ You FaceTime’d Nicki while Safaree was f****n’ a chick / You ain’t s**t but a rat to me, a snake that don’t rattle me … The louder you scream, the whacker the verse / I put that D**k Chaser logo on the back of your hearse / They say the Meek shall inherit the earth / So I dug your a** up cuz Drizzy buried you first.”

Wow. Sounds like Game let the chopper spray. The two rappers' exchange of diss tracks comes after Drake decided to insert himself into the beef, sort of. He took to Instagram and promoted Game’s latest project. “Go pre order Chuck new project ‘1992’ on iTunes now,” he wrote, then mentioned Game’s IG handle.

Prior to Drizzy’s involvement, Game posted pics of himself with Meek’s boo, Nicki Minaj, and said her pose with him is the last time she “held a real n***a.” He’s also claimed that he doesn’t want this beef to be on wax, rather, he’d just like to “beat that n***a ass for a good time."

Check out Game’s latest diss track below.

Written by Paul Meara

(Photos from left: Prince Williams/WireImage,Jason Merritt/Getty Images for Tidal/Roc Nation)

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