(AllHipHop News) The Game continues to talk about his issues with Meek Mill and Sean Kingston.
After saying the conflict is not over onThe Wendy Williams Show and suggesting in an interview with TMZ he may look "bipolar" for beefing with another African American while promoting Black Lives Matter, Game broke down his take on the ordeal with Hot 97.
The Compton rapper claimed he was looking out for Meek when he came out to Los Angeles. They supposedly crossed paths in an L.A. club.
"I told Meek kindly, 'Watch yourself. N-ggas been jacking n-ggas,'" stated Game. "He was like, 'Good looking.'"
Game went on to assert that two detectives came to his house to speak about a robbery involving Kingston because Meek "snitched" on him. In his view, that police interaction is what sparked his rant at a Miami nightspot where he first blasted Meek.
However, TMZ law enforcement sources have disputed Game's story. According to the police, they did not investigate Game as part of the alleged crime and the case was actually dropped because Kingston refused to cooperate.
Both Sean Kingston and Meek Mill have publicly stated neither of them suggested Game or anyone in his entourage were involved in the theft. They suggest Game is pushing that accusation as a way to bring attention to his upcoming album.