The Game Calls Meek Mill ‘Nicki Minaj’s Sideshow’ On Dis Track ‘Pest Control’

He also addressed the unraveling feud on ‘The Wendy Williams Show’

Another day, another chapter of the Meek Mill-The Game feud.

Last we left off, Meek had responded to Game’s “92 Bars” with a scathing dis track of his own, a remix of Young M.A’s “OOOUUU.” Now, less than 24 hours later, Game has hopped on the same beat for “Pest Control.”

The Compton MC takes shots at Beanie Sigel and Sean Kingston, who’ve both backed Meek in recent days, but focuses mostly on Meek’s relationship with Nicki Minaj and his infamous beef with Drake.

“Keep it 100, you Nicki Minaj sideshow / Still chasing dreams, I made ‘Dreams’ in ’05 though,” he spits, later adding, “They say the Meek shall inherit the earth / So I dug your ass up ’cause Drizzy buried you first.”

Brutal as “Pest Control” may be, though, The Game appeared on The Wendy Williams Show this morning (September 20) and downplayed the feud, dubbing it “just a little hip-hop beef.”

“We haven’t had a fight yet. It’s not a fight,” he told Williams. “It’s just hip-hop ... It comes down to a point where, you’ve gotta deal with it as it comes. I feel like I was violated.” (TMZ has alleged that the beef started after Game accused Meek of snitching on him following Kingston’s jewelry theft in June.)

Meanwhile, not everyone in the hip-hop world is thrilled about Game and Meek’s mounting war. Nipsey “Voice of Reason” Hussle recently called out both MCs on Twitter, chastising them for their “bad leadership.”

“Hip hop need to stop gassing this ‘beef’ between @thegame and @MeekMill,” he tweeted. “N****s gone sit down like men and express they differences … Ain’t gone be no east cost west coast war. Ain't gone be no black men killing black men.”

He’s right — hopefully all of this drama stays confined to wax and doesn’t turn violent in real life.