Out of nowhere like a quiet storm this past Friday (Sept. 16th), The Game released a diss track aiming at Meek Mill called '92 Bars.' At first nobody understood why or where all of Game frustration was coming from, but one thing for sure he took all of it and whatever energy he could generate into 92 Bars, because the track is a heavy weight and solid.
"Bang the ratchet at Denny’s and fly herself back to Philly./ She got a couple mill and she don’t even know Meek./ And ever since that n*gga snitched on me, we just don’t speak."
Based on those lyrics, it was later revealed by TMZ that The Game was referring to a robbery incident at Penthouse Nightclub & Dayclub in West Hollywood, LA, of Sean Kingston getting assaulted and lifted of his $300k chain in June of this year. Game not revealing who his source is, claims Meek Mill snitched to the cops and told Kingston he was the one responsible for the incident. After 92 Bars hit the airwaves, Meek rebutted with a couple shots at The Game on his Instagram account. The first pic he uploaded was of him getting a kiss from his boo Nicki Minaj and Meek with both hands raised, with his middle fingers extended. The picture was a clear shot at Game who lyrically on 92 Bars wants to get his rack on, lay Nicki on a pool table and give her his pool stick.
"And snitching on n*ggas ain’t never been no cool sh*t./ And I’ve been wanting to give Nicki this pool stick./ So, tell your lil’ vibrant thing come f**k with Q-Tip."
Meek continued with his social media beef towards The Game with a couple more uploads, which has now been deleted. The next day, Sean Kingston tried to mediate the issue and added his own two cents, informing Game that Meek never ratted him out. By then, it was too late because Game was too far gone, already chopped, minced, cooked and kept serving beef. Even Sean Kingston got a dose and ran out the kitchen. He even deleted his uploads and seems to want no parts of Meek Mill and Game's beef, which all started because of him. Somehow, there is a miscommunication somewhere, there's no police documents of Game being a suspect or person of interest stemming from the robbery incident, but something had to be said for him to be suspicious and raise his eyebrow.
Anyhow, after a few rebuttals from Game, getting back at Meek's social media antics, the Philadelphia Hip Hop artist went and woke up a sleeping dragon to bring the heat to Game. Maybe it's a Philly thing, a street code or an OG of Hip Hop helping out. Beanie Sigel got involved and is featured on Meek Mill's remix of Young Ma's 'Ooouu' in response to Game's 92 Bars, premiered on My Mixtapez with Omelly on the track also. Now, I don't know if some of you forgot, Beanie was the same person who told Meek to smarten up, tighten his circle and get those square yes men out the equation, during Meek and Drake's beef in the summer of 2015.
Things that make you go hmmm.
Aside from all that social media drama, the two MC's kept it on wax as they should. Between 92 Bars and Meek's version of 'Ooouu,' Game had the most clever wordplay and punchlines (even on his Instagram account, that "L" Debarge line is too funny), both MC's came correct with their barwork, flow, lyrical content (minus Meek's insults talking on the track), individual improvisation and etc. As stated on Twitter, Meek Mill's energy and hunger is back on full mode, you can feel frequency of it in his joint below.