Within 24 hours, The Game went in the studio and remixed Young Ma's 'Ooouuu' instrumentals (which has been getting a lot of spins and airtime). The track is titled 'Pest Control' and Game proceeds on exterminating Meek Mill, Omelly and Beanie Sigel.
Pest Control starts off with sound effects of the Jamaican Don Dada, the general Ox (Louie Rankin) from the classic urban movie, Belly.
The Game had a lot to get off his chest, Pest Control is over five minutes long. Getting at Meek Mill's concept of his Dream Chasers label, Game lyrically reflects on his 'Dreams' track off his vintaged "The Documentary" album.
"Still chasin' dreams, I made "Dreams" in '05 though."
Game takes a shot at Omelly, who was lost for words during his freestyle on Sway in The Morning, after spittin' bars for over 3 minutes. For Omelly's sake, he did apply effort, heart, came off the dome; and kept going after his "mmm m uh mmmm" interlude. Prior to Pest Control, Game upload a clip of the freestyle, questioning Omelly's freestylin' abilities and skills. Omelly claiming he didn't want to take any part of the social media beef, it wasn't his style but then uploaded a pic of him holding an oozie and quickly deleted it, like nobody caught it. Don't know what he was trying to prove, but in the hood if you flash those hammers, be ready to use them. I doubt it'll come to that between this whole Meek Mill and Game beef. On the positive note, certainly Omelly will keep his hands clean and those hammers off social media.
After Kanye's West classic "Sway, you aint got the answers" sound effects getting at Omelly, Game goes in on Beanie Sigel with a slew of punchlines.
"The n*gga Hov gave you the game, you ain't soak it./ You was s'posed to throw up the Roc, not smoke it."
"Strapped, Ninja Turtles, n*gga's runnin' with a rat."
Game brings some comical elements into the track and during this whole thing, even on '92 Bars.' The Game accuses Meek Mill of breaking the man code on the track, by snitching on Safaree to get Nicki Minaj.
"A snake that don't rattle me."
It's unsure if it's true or not. And if it is, knowing the law of karma, it will come back around. Game lyrically expresses, how he didn't need to recruit an army or anybody for that matter, although he is well connected, to get at Meek Mill; and he has a point. Game came at Meek on his own, stood on his own two feet and handled the situation by himself.
Game as I previously stated, has the most punchlines and wordplay. They were clever and he was creative with the construction of his words.
And bodied Meek Mill with these lyrics below,
"They say the meek shall inherit the earth./ So, I went and dug your ass up 'cause Drizzy buried you first."
Game lyrically pushed a few wigs back with the above wordplay/punchline.
Blaze his Pest Control track below.
Hopefully, The Game and Meek Mill will end this beef and come to an understanding. And who knows, one day both of them could reflect on it over cold beers or some Henny (Hennessy) and laugh about the whole situation. If Meek or Game are laughing about it now, then both of them are the winners and champions of not taking something like this to heart, but only the things that touches their hearts.
Getty Images' Photograph of The Game by: Gabriel Olsen