The beef between Meek and Game began in 2016 when the singer Sean Kingston was robbed of his jewelry, and The Game thought Meek blamed him because Kingston was robbed moments after the Game warned Meek about LA robberies. He then referred to the Philly rapper as a rat on several occasion, dropped two diss tracks in “92 Bars” and “Pest Control,” then Meek answered with the song “Ooouuu.”
But according to Game, all is that is over now, and he wishes the “Championships” rapper the absolute best. Game also said he and Meek should stick together since they overcame so many challenges in their respective hometowns.
“Had beef wit a n—- that could’ve ended in bloodshed either way,” wrote Game. “We had differences but when it all boiled down, we were once friends in and out of music. As young African American men, we grew up in similar situations where a lifespan for us was 21 years of age.”
“I say all that to say, life is short,” he continued. “And the day after @meekmill got out of jail, he called me and we talked for an hour. Not about the beef but about new beginnings and what the future holds for us as seasoned hip-hop artists … I never wished jail on you, and I was genuinely happy when you got released.”
Meek hasn’t responded to The Game yet, but he did let a fan know that he’d work with the Compton native again. He said it during a Q&A titled #AskMeekAnything.
“Is there any chance you and @TheGame making music together again?” one of his fans asked.
“Yeah, why not,” Meek replied.