Beanie Sigel has had a rough few years, particularly homing in on getting shot. He lost a lung in that unfortunate incident. Now, The Game is making claims that the Broad Street Bully got beat up. Now, since Meek and Game are feuding, we may need to take this with a grain of salt. HOWEVER, we need to look deeper into it. What is more strange is that The Game is pushing the narrative that Meek Mill’s CREW are the ones that put their hands on Sigel. Apparently, Beanie never intended to be on The Game diss song to begin with. Also, at the Philly stop of the Bad Boy Reunion tour, Sigel said he was "the real king of Philly."
Clearly a JAB at Meek Mill, considering he has been holding the city down for quite some time. On the other side, he implied that he helped write The Game diss Meek constructed. "He didn't say nothin' to get me on the track," says Sigel in a conversation . "I just happened to come in the studio, so I just was helping him out with some lyrics, and the situation kind of played out like it did." Then the person pressed Beans a bit and he tepidly backtracked. "I don't want to put that out there like that and, you know, discredit nobody for their skills or nothin,” he says. Did this cause them to put hands on the elder Philly Don. Hoping nothing really happened, because that would be a sad case of Hip-Hop eating itself.