Game fire shots at Meek Mill on new song, “92 Bars”
Things seemed all good just a year ago.
With a new album arriving next month, titled 1992, Game threw himself at the center of attention last night (September 15) when he called out Meek Mill during a performance at Club Story in Miami. “I just wanna beat that ni–a’s ass one good time,” the Compton rapper is seen telling the crowd in a video that has since spread like wildfire across social media. “When you see me ni–a, square up. It ain’t gotta be about no guns. F–k Meek Mill.”
It’s unclear where this stemmed from, considering the two have shared a rapport for the last few years, dating back to the Dreams & Nightmares sessions. The two also worked together on The Documentary 2 bonus track “The Soundtrack” last year. In perhaps an indirect response, Meek wrote the following on IG hours after Game’s rant, “we ain’t rapping fan handle ya biz [sic],” adding that he loved “this sh-t.”
The record is called 92 Bars. Game going at Meek Mill. Why??? I have no idea. I just like rap. @breakfastclubam
— Charlamagne Tha God (@cthagod) September 16, 2016
One has to wonder how will Rick Ross and MMG respond?