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Game claps back at Meek Mill with his own six-minute "Ooooouuu" response

The Compton rapper fires back at Meek, Beanie Sigel, and more.

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About 24 hours has passed since Meek Mill shook up the game with his fiery freestyle aimed at Game, which flips Young M.A.'s streetsweeper "Ooouuu" with surprise features Beanie Sigel, Omelly, and Tak. Together, the Philly trio sent warning shots at the Compton rapper, bringing up his past as stripper and the amount of times he's called for peace in his self-started rap beefs. Now, Game fires back with his own response aimed at all the aforementioned, including Sean Kingston.

Meek Mill and Beanie Sigel hit up Game with fiery "Ooouuu" freestyle

Titled, "Pest Control," the nearly six-minute track features a slew of scathing lines from the West Coast rapper. "Keep it 100 you Nicki Minaj sideshow / Still chasing dreams I made 'Dreams' in '05 though," he raps. As the third diss track released in this Meek vs. Game saga, check out a few standout lines from the track:

"The louder you scream the wacker the verse / I put that Dickchaser logo on the back of your hearse / They say the meek shall inherit the earth / So I went and dug yo ass up cause Drizzy buried you first"

"The n*gga Hov gave you the game, you ain't soak it / You was supposed to throw up the Roc, not smoke it"

"You went and got the whole Philly, it's just me by myself / I coulda went and got Kendrick, went and got Snoop / went and got Nipsey, Jay Rock, ScHoolboy Q / Coulda went and got 40, brpught Ice Cube back / And had Dr. Dre screaming 'Meek Mill is a rat'"

The latest update in the Meek vs. Game saga comes as law enforcement sources denied ever knocking on Game's door about the $300k incident involving Sean Kingston at an L.A. club. According to sources to TMZ, although Game says authorities came to him about the robbery, sources say no such visit ever happened. Apparently, the was case stalled and eventually closed after Kingston refused to return cops' calls.

All things considered, Game's new record, which premiered on Complex, can be heard here.

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