The Game’s Meek Mill disses continue to pour in, but this time in visual form. After “92 Bars” and “Pest Control,” the Compton spitter unleashes a music video for the latter, a scathing barrage of bars over Young M.A.’s “Ooouuu” instrumental.
The visual for “Pest Control” was filmed in Baltimore and kicks off with an exterminator in search of a rat. Of course, this follows Game’s narrative that Meek ratted him out in a Sean Kingston robbery investigation earlier this year.
Meanwhile, Game fires off a round of disses while running through B-More. “You jumped Quentin Miller and now you don’t scrap,” he rhymes. “It was time to go at Drizzy and now you don’t rap / Ask your bitch, she know I ‘Beez in the Trap’ / You gotta move out of L.A., I’ll put them Bs on your back.”
The video also seems to show footage of Beanie Sigel being punched at the “Bad Boy Family Reunion” concert. The brief clip comes with a caption: “Beanie Sigel admitted to ghostwriting for the Dickchasers so y’all snuffed the old head.”
So far, Meek’s only diss towards Game on wax came with his own “Ooouuu” remix. Beanie Sigel, who appeared on that song, has since said he’s got no beef with Chuck Taylor, but that he helped Mill write the diss. Beans was reportedly beaten for making this revelation by Teefy Bey, a member of Mill’s Dreamchasers crew.
Watch Game exterminate “Meeky Mouse” in the “Pest Control” video below.