Meek Mill Calls The Game A ‘Fake Gangsta’, Beef Started Over Sean Kingston Robbery [Photos]

The Game, Meek Mill, Sean Kingston

The Game, Meek Mill, Sean Kingston

The beef continues between The Game and Meek Mill. As previously reported, on Friday, the fallout between the two came to a head, when The Game made some not so nice comments about Meek, while at a Miami Club. He told the audience:

I just wanna beat that n*gga ass one good time. Head up…When you see me n*gga square up. It ain’t gotta be about no bust. N*gga f*ck Meek Mill. I’m Game. West side pop.

Here’s the clip.

‘When you see me n*gga square up…F*ck #MeekMill I’m Game.’ @losangelesconfidential wants to lay hands on @meekmill (#thegame)

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He later released a portion of a diss track, aimed at both Meek and Nicki called, 92 bars. Click here to listen. Apparently, Meek caught wind of this and posted the following on Instagram.



He later deleted both posts. But not before The Game took a few shots in response.




So what REALLY caused this beef? According to All Hip Hop,

The beef apparently stems from an incident in Los Angeles, where Sean Kingston was robbed and hit in the head with a bottle. Game is claiming that Meek implied his people were involved with the robbery, where Sean Kingston was jacked for $300,000 worth of jewels. Apparently Game was questioned by police over the robbery.

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