Beanie Sigel has been embroiled in a vicious feud with Meek Mill, but now he’s also confronting radio personality Charlamagne Tha God.
During his visit to “The Breakfast Club” on Tuesday (Oct. 11), Beans became agitated with Charlamagne’s line of questioning about his Meek issues.
“Why you keep harping on that?” he said. “We answered that. We talked about that. So don’t talk out your neck. If you saying you want unity, stop doing that. Stop playing with me, man.”
When Charlamagne continued to question him about the way he’s handled the Meek feud, Beans responded again as “The Breakfast Club’s” “P.O. Meter” continued to rise.
“You not qualified, dog,” said Mac. “You a radio personality. You don’t come from my world. You wouldn’t understand my world. You don’t know nothing about this man, so stop runnin’ your fuckin’ mouth, man. You shouldn’t. It’s dangerous.”
“You talkin’ ’bout somebody who went to war with police,” he added. “Attempted murders at the height of my career. It’s dangerous! You don’t know nothin’ about that, man. You sit up here and your job is to play games. Play with something safe, man. Don’t play with me.”
At one point during the Q&A, Beanie also threatened to walk out. “Why I’m here then?” he asked. “‘Cause I think you a sucka. I should be out, right?” After sitting back down, he brought up past “Breakfast Club” interviews. “You would sit here and badger a little girl, Lil Mama, until she cries,” he said. “That’s what you do. Coward, ni**a.”
Charlamagne responded. “I think you’re a hypocrite,” he said. “And I think you be coming off as a hater sometimes.” In response, Sigel added: “I think you’re a bitch. You let Fredro Starr and them check you, but you made that little girl cry.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Beans explained how he protected Kanye West while taking “penitentiary chances,” why certain State Property rappers have parted ways, and why he likes Lil Uzi Vert.
With gloves on and guns out, the menacing new clip takes aim at “ops” over a brooding and thumping instrumental. “Fuck whoever ain’t gang-gang,” he raps.
It’s unclear where all of this new music will land, but Sigel says it could appear as part of a new independent double album.
“I might do a double CD how this music’s coming out,” he said during his “Breakfast Club” Q&A. “Let me get back to the other music. I just had to load up a clip on that side just in case. It’s hip-hop.”