By Amanda Wicks
The Game has been largely about peace in 2016, but it looks as though he’s back to his old beefing ways. While performing in Miami, fans captured the Compton rapper dissing Meek Mill and offering to fight him.
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Although it’s not clear what prompted his response, Game told the crowd, “I just wanna beat that n—- a– for a good time,” he said. “When you see me n—-, square up. It don’t gotta be about no guns, n—-. F— Meek Mill” (via XXL). Late last year, Game got into a similar verbal sparring match with rapper Stitches, offering to fight him (after his manager actually did), but failing to pony up on his threats.
Before he began performing a new track, “I Never Heard of That,” Game cheekily threw one more dig out at Meek. “Meek Mill not snitching on me, I never heard of that.”
He this were the Meek of last year he would have likely retaliated, but this new Meek seemed to be trying to keep the peace. On Instagram, he posted a picture of himself with the caption, “We ain’t rapping fan handle ya biz……… I love this s— lol.” Meek appeared to be showing off a calmer side. He did, after all, recently lose his younger cousin to street violence in Philadelphia.