The Game and Meek Mill’s disses keep flooding in — but this time in visual form. After eviscerating Meek on “92 Bars” and “Pest Control,” Game has given the latter track a rat-heavy vid that really plays off that degrading “Meeky Mouse” nickname.
The clip opens with an exterminator making a house call to kill a rat, then turns to a riled-up concert crowd chanting “Fuck Meek Mill.” And that’s before The Game even starts rapping.
Location is important here — over the course of the eight-minute clip, we see West Coast-bred Game hitting up streets in New York, Baltimore, and Meek’s native Philadelphia. Over Young M.A.’s “Ooouuu” instrumental (which Meek used for his own dis track), Game brings Meek’s girlfriend into things (“you Nicki Minaj sideshow”), as well as his well-documented history with Drake (“Drizzy buried you first”). There are also a ton of actual rats throughout the vid, which follows Game’s narrative about Meek ratting him out earlier this year after Sean Kingston was robbed in an L.A. nightclub.
Interestingly enough, Game also added recently surfaced footage of Beanie Sigel getting knocked out at a Bad Boy Show over the weekend by Teefy Bey, a Meek Mill affiliate. Bey said he did it because Sigel “broke the code of ethics of the streets” (his words, not mine) when he allegedly told The Game some classified info about Meek’s crew.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Get used to this beef, because it looks like neither side is letting up anytime soon.