"These idiots go get Beanie Sigel & bring him outta retirement to write they raps."

By Radio.com Staff

Meek Mill found himself embroiled in a beef he couldn’t handle when he accused Drake of using ghostwriters last summer.

Now allegations have surfaced that Meek may have used a ghostwriter in his latest feud with The Game, specifically Beanie Sigel.

Related: The Game Travels East for Meek Mill Destroying Diss Video

The Game has accused Mill of snitching on him to the police via a series of social posts and multiple diss tracks. Meek has responded in kind, most recently with a remix of Young M.A ‘s “OOOUUU,” which Sigel appears on.

How much of a hand he had in writing the track, specifically Mill’s bars, has come under scrutiny.

“I just happened to come in the studio,” Sigel told a Baltimore radio station. “I just was helping him out with some lyrics. The situation kinda played out like it did. It’s really no beef, especially between me and Game. Me and Game got a good relationship. Had one for years, so it’s not me and Game beef. That’s The Game and Meek Mill beef.”

When pressed as to exactly the extent he “helped out” Sigel responded evasively  “I don’t want to put it out there like that and discredit nobody for they skills or nothing.”

Game took to social media to address the issue writing in part: “These idiots go get Beanie Sigel & bring him outta retirement to write they raps.”

Sigel was then subsequently beat up, allegedly by Mill’s crew, for that disclosure during the Bad Boy Reunion Tour’s show in Philadelphia on September 23rd.

To further cement the ghostwriting accusation, the Compton rapper also added the following text to the end of his new Meek diss video for “Pest Control”: “Beanie Siegel admitted to ghostwriting for the D— Chasers so yall snuffed the hold head.”

Have we come full circle?


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