Last week, when Game shouted "F--k Meek Mill" during a Miami concert, TMZ reported that the new rivalry stemmed from a nightclub incident back in June in which fellow musician Sean Kingston got his $300,000 chain snatched from his neck. Game believed Meek "snitched" and told Kingston’s camp that he was directly or indirectly involved in the theft.
Game has since taken to social media to provoke Meek.
But Kingston himself has come forward and defended Meek. According to Yahoo, in a series of three now-deleted Instagram videos, Kingston "repeatedly calls The Game a 'hoe,' accuses him of being a stripper, and references Meek's Instagram photoshopped photo of The Game wearing a thong." Kingston attempts to irritate Game too by pestering "that he went platinum, has his house paid for, and that The Game can't afford to take care of his own entourage."
Game has since responded, using his frequent method of choice--Instagram--and alleging that it was actually Kingston's own cap that set the robbery up.
"Niggas in yo own circle set you up, whooped yo ass in the club & took all yo shit off yo neck in front of your security & yo niggas & they watched it happened !!!!! You telling police I had sumn to do with you gettin robbed & I set you up cause Meesha punk ass told you that is some hoe shit !!!!"