Meek Mill has been one of the most talked about rappers within the past couple of years. His name appears in the spotlight due to the ‘beef’ he often partakes in. What’s Beef? In 2013, Meek Mill went up against his Philadelphia counterpart, Cassidy. Most recently, Meek has entered into a feud with The Game and this time he enlisted the help of Beanie Sigel. Controversy has risen and each side has released their respective diss tracks. Recently, Meek Mill has endured and counteracted several metaphorical jabs.
The Game performed a few lines from his single, “92 Bars” at a show in Miami to promote his upcoming album, “1992.” The CDQ version of the song dropped via The Breakfast Club on September 16. Two days later, Meek jumped on Young M.A.’s, “OOOUUU” beat with Omelly and Beanie Sigel to launch blasts back at The Game. Beanie Sigel revealed that he assisted Omelly while collaborating with him on Meek’s response track. After that, a member of Meek’s conglomerate, ‘Teefy Bey’ knocked out Beanie Sigel backstage at Diddy’s Bad Boy Tour.
Teefy Bey took responsibility for the assault and defended his actions with claims that Sigel, “broke the code of the ethics of the streets.” On September 20, The Game responded over Young M.A.’s, “OOOUUU” beat toward Meek with “Pest Control” accompanied by a creative and almost eight-minute long video. At the 6:45 mark, Game incorporates a scene with Damon Dash amongst others from the movie, “Paid in Full.”
On September 30, Meek switched up his course of action. Rather than dropping another single aimed at The Game, he entered the Hot 97 studio with Funkmaster Flex. Meek took shots at The Game, Beanie Sigel and even Drake. He showed a lot of love for NYC and promoted his upcoming project, Dreamchasers 4 as well. Sigel has since released three Meek Mill diss tracks, I’m Coming, Goodnight and Gang Gang.