Meek Mill Fires Back At The Game With His Own Scathing Dis Track
Gather ’round, y’all — it’s time to catch up on the (formerly brewing, now fully roasted) feud between Meek Mill and The Game.
You can find a full rundown of what’s transpired between these two right here, but the gist is: The Game called out Meek for being a “snitch” via a live club performance, the scathing dis track “92 Bars,” and a series of insulting Instagram posts. It’s been almost entirely a one-sided attack with Game firing all the shots, but OH, how that’s changed.
Yesterday (September 18), Meek Mill struck back with the dis-heavy “Ooouuu,” a Young M.A remix featuring Beanie Sigel, Omelly, and Takbar. (For those keeping track, Meek’s response comes less than 48 hours after Game’s “92 Bars”; a drastic improvement after his embarrassingly prolonged retort to Drake last year.) Meek boldly goes after The Game’s history as a male stripper (“You had a thong up your ass, male hooker for dollars”) as well as his alleged gang history (“Teardrops on your face, you ain’t got no bodies”). It’s brutal, sure, but there are also a few homophobic slurs, which frankly aren’t ever cool.
Unsurprisingly, it didn’t take long for Game to respond with (yet another) furious Instagram post. Earlier today, he went off about the track, warning that when he gets back into the studio, he’ll body the “rat” Meek all over again. In other words, this saga is far from over.