The Game Launches New Tirade Against Meek Mill

03-02-2017
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Meek Mill

(Radio.com) After accusing Meek Mill of being involved in the robbery of Nicki Minaj's house, The Game continued going after the Philadelphia rapper. Meek allegedly provided Remy Ma with all sorts of details for her scorching diss track "ShETHER" and The Game isn't letting up on him for betraying his ex-girlfriend in such an underhanded way.

The Game shared a picture on Instagram posing in front of his bright yellow Mercedes, but it's what he wrote in the caption that's aimed at Meek. He wrote a verse-like rhyme that called Meek out for being so loose-tongued.

The two have crossed paths before, but The Game has been sticking up for Minaj ever since thieves broke into her house, stole $200,000 in objects and vandalized her property. See the Game's post here.

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