Meek Mill Moves Quickly in Game Beef, Faster Than He Did With Drake

Meek Mill Moves Quickly in Game Beef, Faster Than He Did With Drake

Maybe he learned his lesson from last time.

Published September 19, 2016

Meek Mill knows the consequences of not moving fast enough in responding to already begun beef. That’s why he’s decided to hit the studio promptly in reply to all of Game’s antics and threats that’ve already been lobbed toward him, including his recently dropped "92 Bars."

Freestyling over Young M.A.’s “Ooouuu,” the Philly rapper also interestingly enlisted Omelly and Takbar for the retaliation as each decided to take shots at Game.

“Durk checked you, Thug sonned you / Fif dropped you, Mac warned you,” Meek rapped on the song, then later followed up with, “G-A-M-E, please don't tempt me / Four pound with the lemon squeeze like Simply.” Ha, like Simply Lemonade. We see what you did there. Anyway, also during the song he implied that Game doesn’t run anything where he’s from.

“Comin' down Sunset, I'm not done yet / I've been to Bompton, you don't run that,” he raps. “Shout out to YG, where my bloods at? / Call my eses, where them guns at?”

Meek Mill’s latest diss track 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 says 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.”

It took Meek Mill weeks and weeks to reply to Drake during the initiation of their beef. Finally, when he was supposedly going to deliver, he and Funkmaster Flex flopped with their reply.

Game did reply in an Instagram post to Meek's latest diss. He implied that Meek bribed Beanie Sigel to be on the song and claimed he helped him escape from rehab. Check out all related media below.

Written by Paul Meara

(Photo from left: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for TIDAL, Marcel Thomas / ZUMA Press / Splash News)


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