The pages continue to turn in the ongoing Meek Mill and Game saga. Now, Beanie Sigel, who first defended Meek, says he’s got no ill will towards Chuck Taylor.
During an interview with Persia Nicole on Philly’s 92Q, the Broadstreet Bully was asked about his involvement in Meek’s “Ooouuu” diss aimed at Game.
“[Meek] didn’t say nothin’ to get me on the track,” said Sigel. “I just happened to come in the studio, so I just was helping him out with some lyrics, and the situation kind of 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’s beef. That’s The Game and Meek Mill beef. Basically, I’m just representing for my city. That’s it.”
Asked to clarify his lyrical assistance, Mac opted out. “I don’t want to put that out there like that or discredit nobody for their skills or nothing.”
The Game took to Instagram to address the interview, seemingly saying Meek had people “jump” Beans for these revelations.
“Now you mad cause Sigel told @persianicole that he wrote y’all shit on the diss song,” he wrote. “So y’all jumped y’all own man at the Puffy concert.”
In addition, Game bragged about his Philly exploits in the Instagram caption, which appeared below a Ninja Turtles meme of Meek Mill as Splinter, the animated leader of the Turtles, who happens to be an elderly rat.
See Game’s full statement below.