Beanie Sigel

Beanie Sigel Allegedly Beat Down by Meek Mill Affiliate

The Game’s Meek Mill feud took a violent turn and it looks like Beanie Sigel was the victim.

According to TMZ, Beans was knocked out by Teefy Bey, a member of Meek’s Dreamchasers crew at the “Bad Boy Family Reunion” concert in Philadelphia on Saturday (Sept. 24).

A video of the confrontation, released by TMZ, appears to show the Broadstreet Bully on the ground.

Teefy addressed the alleged beating during an interview with Hip Hop Since 1987. “We let him come to the studio to jump on the joint and all that,” he explained. “Then he back doored ni**as with Game and them, telling information that only the camp know. Not the information that you wrote something because you didn’t. The information was more worse than that.

“Then some other shit came into play that I don’t want to talk about,” he added. “But at the end of the day, you can’t put me on front street when I’m a real ni**a, bro. That’s just the bottom line. You’re not gonna try to play me or play my family out or play my ni**as out for a nut-ass ni** named Game. You broke the code of ethics in the streets, Beans.”

Things didn’t end with the scuffle. Afterwards, Beans performed at the Bad Boy concert, throwing what believe were thinly-veiled jabs at Mill.

“The real king is back,” he said. “Philly, we will be represented right. I’ma make sure of it.”

Beans, who appeared on Meek’s “Ooouuu” diss towards Game, has since said he’s got no problems with Chuck Taylor and even alluded to writing a portion of Mill’s diss track. “I just happened to come in the studio, so I just was helping [Meek] out with some lyrics,” Beans told 92Q. “The situation kind of played out like it did. It’s really no beef, especially between me and Game.”

Game then referenced this on Instagram. “Now you mad cause Sigel told @persianicole that he wrote y’all shit on the diss song,” wrote Game. “So y’all jumped y’all own man at the Puffy concert.”

Meanwhile, The Game is prepping a music video for his Meek Mill diss track, “Pest Control.” A preview of the clip can be seen below.