If The Game And Drake Have Teamed Up, Meek Mill Is Going To Take Another 'L'

Apparently, Meek Mill hasn't learned his lesson.

We've seen the beef with Drake and Meek Mill ascend to heights that most wouldn't have imagined. Meek Mill became even more popular than his rap career could have made him. The beef has sparked diss tracks from both rappers, but it was clear that Drake was far better equipped to take shots.

In what might be a surprising turn of events, it looks as though The Game is now on board to enter a rap beef with Meek Mill. The 36-year-old rapper from Compton has made it very clear that he's targeting Meek. We've already heard a diss track from The Game, and it hits hard coming out of the gates. Titled "92 Bars," The Game takes blatant shots at Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj.

"Ever since that n**** snitched on me we just don't speak / See that s*** you got with Drake is like a slow leak / Blood will be dripping like Niagra if I poke Meek / Nicki won't get no sleep, I'm coming through at 4 a.m. / Four deep and leave a dead body on the sheet."
Most songs will contain subliminal messages or indirect insults when it comes to rap. There are exceptions to this, but it's rather surprising that The Game held no reservations when it came to mentioning Meek Mill. The "Hate It Or Love It" singer even discussed his physical desires when it came to Nicki Minaj, though it appears that she's paying no mind to the beef between the two rappers. In a report by Complex, even Sean Kingston has joined the fray and started beef with The Game.

There are even social media wars between The Game and Meek Mill that is evident by their Instagram accounts. The Game makes use of photos with he and Nicki Minaj taking pictures from the set of her "Pills and Potions" video from 2014. It's even made its way as The Game's profile picture, with him owning up to his petty actions below the image. If the current momentum is to be noted, Meek Mill won't survive the rap war. Nicki Minaj has yet to discuss any involvement in the ongoing verbal war between them on any of her social media profiles, similar to how she handled things when Drake was in Mill's line of sight.

The beef started when The Game blatantly called Meek Mill out during a show. There are claims that Meek Mill blames The Game for artist Sean Kingston getting robbed. The Game refers to Mill as a "snitch," also going so far as letting the crowd know that he wanted to trade blows with the "All Eyes On You" rapper. According to TMZ, The Game also targets Sean Kingston for his involvement during the incident.

Drake has come off of the sidelines to support The Game. According to HipHopDX, Drake shared The Game's album cover art in the midst of the rap beef. Taking to Instagram, Drizzy promoted an image of Game's 1992 album cover art. Anyone who knows Drake as an artist knows that this isn't merely a coincidence. There was no clear end between Drizzy and Meek Mill's lyrical war. As a result, Meek may be biting off more than he can chew by responding.

Ultimately, some would call the feud between The Game and Meek Mill nothing more than publicity. Many believe that The Game is only trying to stay relevant, and this might be the platform that he's using to do so. Whether a smart move or worry that his career is on the decline, the Compton rapper is holding nothing back. It doesn't sound like beef with Meek Mill will die down anytime soon.

What do you think of the rap beef between The Game and Meek Mill? Do you believe that Drake will release a track alongside the Compton rapper? Sound off in the comment section below.

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