Game Buries Beef With Meek Mill With A Phone Call
(AllHipHop News) A potential feud that some felt could trigger a new "East Coast/West Coast" feud has come to an end.
Compton rapper Game revealed the issues between himself and Philly rap legend Meek Mill have been put to rest.
According to Game, the two men had a conversation and hashed out their differences.
"The day after @meekmill got out of jail, he called me & we talked for an hour. not about the beef but about new beginnings & what the future holds for us as seasoned hip-hop artists," Game said.
Their issues started - of all reasons - over Sean Kingston.
Game accused Meek of being a “rat” and talking to cops about a nightclub robbery in June of 2016, after someone robbed Sean Kingston of $300,000 worth of jewels.
After Game dropped a diss record called "Pest Control," Meek Mill claimed Game of setting up a “premeditated” beef in order to promote his latest album 1992: Block Wars.
Meek didn't bite his tongue during the feud with a few threats from Game, while he was over on the West coast.