The recent news going around in the industry is The Game vs Meek Mill beef. It all started when Meek Mill was in a club in L.A. and The Game warned him that dudes is robbin out here so don't we waitin til the club let out, to get out. I guess Sean Kingston didn't get this message and was robbed for his chain and money. So long story short Sean Kingston heard from Meek Mill that The Game had set him up and had even warned him earlier in the club, of which Meek Mill denied. Months later law enforcement investigators showed up to The Game's place and started asking him questions regarding the robbery of Sean Kingston, which The Game alleges Meek Mill has been speaking to investigators. The Game struck first with his diss track '92' bars. Now both are throwing punches on the same diss track the 'Ooouuu' track by Young M.A.. Lets see who stands up and who gets knocked out.
Meek Mill ft. Omelly and Beanie Sigel (Ooouuu The Game Diss)
The track starts out with Meek Mill claiming The Game is male stripper who is not really down with the real thugs in L.A.. Verse 1 starts with Omelly who really does nothing for the track, sort of like that first level dude you gotta beat up on any fighting game before you get to the real competition. Then the 2nd verse is when Meek starts going in with a fury.
"You gonna be a felon or a witness, ya dig."
He continues to go in with a crazy combination.
"Durk checked you, Thug son'd you, Fif dropped you, Mac warn'd you, strippers turned rappers look what we come to. You a faggot my woman will never fuck you."
Another interesting jab he spits is.
"Make me move to Calabasas, buy a house nigga."
This is interesting because of the Drake track called 4PM in Calabasas, and we all know how the Drake vs. Meek Mill beef ended. Then there's the normal you only droppin diss records to help promote your album, which Meek only believes will only do 15,000 copies the first week,
The Game - Pest Control (Ooouuu Meek Mill diss)
Now its The Game's turn, and goes a different route, only him on the track.
"This nigga takes an 'L', everytime he goes viral."
A very interesting perspective seeing that there hasn't been a good year for Meek Mill. The Game makes it clear that everybody on the Meek Mill diss track is a target for The Game. But like we said Omelly's verse wasn't of much substance so there wasn't too many jabs thrown to make him go down. But but then he goes in on Beanie Sigel.
"You was suppose to throw up the ROC, not smoke it."
He even warns rappers to not only watch out for him, but to also the people that ride wit him.
"Fuck running into Game you gonna be runnin into Wack."
This is in reference to his manager Wack 100 knocking out the rapper Stitches when he tried to run up on The Game. And you know its not over til he goes in on Meek.
"You jumped Quentin Miller and now you don't scrap, and it was time to go at Drizzy and now you don't rap."
Not even Sean Kingston is safe, he got robbed twice, one in real life and then again on this track.
I'll get some clippers and cut your mama's mustache nigga. Fuck your sister while you watch cause she kind of thick, and make that bitch take a knee like Kaepernick."
One thing that Meek can't escape from is the twitter fingers drake diss reference.
"Red khakis, red Cincinnati, Ima see you in the streets don't '@' me."
And then, The Game ends it with a hay-maker with what sounds like a reference track of Meek Mill freestylin....and not in a good way.
If this is round 1 of the Meek Mill and The Game beef then I gotta give it to The Game. He showed that even if you are bringing more people into the fight that, he can more than handle his own. Meek Mill brought Omelly into the beef who Beanie Sigel allegedly wrote his verse, as well as bringing in Beanie Sigel in a beef that was originally between just him and The Game. Not to say that Meek Mill didn't come out swinging and landed a few good blows, but c'mon man, this is one-on-one. One thing to take away from this is that its' still good for hip-hop and whether intentional or not it does help promote The Game's new album 1992, which is dope, but hopefully this stays all wax and all hip-hop.
Winner The Game....