The Game’s Meek Mill beef now includes Sean Kingston and Beanie Sigel.
Confirming TMZ’s report about the feud’s roots, the Compton rapper has announced that the problems stem from a Sean Kingston robbery.
In an Instagram video directed at Kingston, Game calls the singer a “fat ass” and says Sean and Meek Mill spoke to detectives about his involvement in the jewelry jacking.
Kingston responded with a series of videos, which have since been deleted. In one clip, the singer calls Game a “fake ass, hoe ass ni**a,” a stripper, “a disgrace to the Bloods,” and a host of other insults.
He also accuses Game of drumming up the feud to “sell albums” and of a career that’s dwindled since his debut album. “I was a fan of The Documentary,” he said. “You’ve been ass ever since, bitch.”
In another video, Kingston showed off a “ring that’ll pay for this ni**a’s whole life” and used a homophobic slur while referring to Game.
Speaking in a Jamaican accent, Kingston continued to diss Game in another video, claiming that the rapper wears leopard undergarments. He also referenced Game’s beefs with Lil Durk and Young Thug, which have since been resolved.
That wasn’t all. Last night, Beanie Sigel also appeared to jump in the feud, revealing his “Ooouuu” remix next to his fellow Philly representer Meek and several other men. “Get it jumpin’, hit the switch like a ’64 Impala,” he rhymes. “Whole clique could get showered / One phone call, I’m in L.A., three hours.”
The video’s caption? “Please don’t bring me out of retirement!!! Im putting them Fatigues back on for my city ! Straighten up or get straightened out.”