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Plot Twist: Beanie Sigel Says He Recorded Reference Tracks for Meek Mill

Is Beans Meek's Quentin Miller?

There’s a new layer to Beanie Sigel’s beef with Meek Mill as he’s now revealing that he did at least one reference track for the fellow Philly native.

Appearing on The Breakfast Club this morning (October 11) Beans was asked by DJ Envy if he’s written for Meek before. He confirmed that he’s done “a few” reference tracks for both Meek and his Dreamchasers artist Omelly. Then when Charlamagne Tha God insinuated that Beanie’s loyalty only resides with those providing him opportunity, he got angry and let out a lot more details about when he joined Meek’s team in the studio.

“He didn’t provide me no opportunity. He didn’t call me and ask me to do that. I did that,” he recalled. “I walked into [the studio], Meek wasn’t even there, it was just Omelly in the studio. It wasn’t no call. Somebody told me Lil Top, Meek cousin, ‘Yo, Omelly in the studio they recording something. I go in there, ‘Oh this what y’all doing?’ I wasn’t even going to get on a record. ‘XYZ, nah bro you gotta say this, do this.’ I went and I referenced a track for him.”

If this new revelation is true, and especially if we knew what songs the reference tracks were for, this beef would almost literally come full circle. Remember, it was Meek that made such a big deal about Drake using Quentin Miller as a writer, which then sparked their beef (ironically right after Drake appeared on his album). That seemed to prove others could pick on Meek, which turned into Joe Budden doing so, and then Game. It’s during Meek’s new-ish beef with Game though that had Beanie once as ally, but now an enemy.

You can’t make this stuff up. Check out Beanie Sigel’s full interview with The Breakfast Club below.

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