The Game Disses Meek Mill & Beanie Sigel In Their Own Backyard (Video)

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When The Game was at war with former mentor and boss 50 Cent, he was not above the heavy-handed antics. In one mid-2000s DVD, the Compton, California rapper trespassed on 50’s Connecticut mansion grounds, and filmed the whole thing (posted below). Game was apparently showing his former G-Unit leader that his badly behaved protege was not scared, and not above seeing him. He even left some of his Hurricane sneakers on the grounds to let 50 know who it was. In 2016, that beef appears squashed.

A decade later, that’s still the move in Jayceon Taylor’s playbook. Making a street video to last week’s “Pest Control” diss record towards Meek Mill, Beanie Sigel, Omelly, and Sean Kingston, the Blood Money MC makes an East Coast road trip. While the 1992 (October 14) rapper stops in Baltimore, Maryland and New York City, it is his passing through Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that may be most poignant. On the streets of South Philly, grubbing on cheese steaks, Game shows that he’s unafraid of the sphere of influence the city’s arguably biggest rappers of the 2000s and 2010s, respectively, may have.

This video also features footage from New Jack City, NFL football games, and Instagram posts. Curiously, the visual drops one day after news and video surfaced of an alleged violent attack on Beans by a Meek affiliate at a weekend concert. Before he even released the vid’, Game had things to say on that development too.

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While this is not Game’s first diss song in the mix (that distinction belongs to “92 Bars”), it’s the first one with a video.

#BonusBeat: The Game at Casa De 50, from the mid-2000s: