Game fire shots at Meek Mill on new song, "92 Bars"
“When you see me ni–a, square up.”
Things seemed all good just a year ago.
With a new album arriving next month, titled 1992, Game threw himself at the center of attention last night (September 15) when he called out Meek Mill during a performance at Club Story in Miami. “I just wanna beat that ni–a’s ass one good time,” the Compton rapper is seen telling the crowd in a video that has since spread like wildfire across social media. “When you see me ni–a, square up. It ain’t gotta be about no guns. F–k Meek Mill.”
It’s unclear where this stemmed from, considering the two have shared a rapport for the last few years, dating back to the Dreams & Nightmares sessions. The two also worked together on The Documentary 2 bonus track “The Soundtrack” last year. In perhaps an indirect response, Meek wrote the following on IG hours after Game’s rant, “we ain’t rapping fan handle ya biz [sic],” adding that he loved “this sh-t.”
In addition to the barbs shared on stage, Game even went as far as resurrecting his “Bars” song series for a nearly-two minute dis aimed at Meek, titled “92 Bars.” As one can imagine, the track, which debuted on The Breakfast Club, sent everyone talking. Listen to
a snippet the full track below.
“This ain’t a diss, ni–a, this is all lives matter except this ni–a’s,” raps Game over the blaring production, which just so happens to feature close to 50 name drops. In the lines rapped earlier, Game goes, “And ever since that nigga snitched on me we just don’t speak See that shit you got with Drake is like a slow leak / Blood’ll be dripping like Niagara if I poke Meek / Nicki won’t get no sleep, I’m coming through at 4 a.m four deep / To leave his dead body on the soaked sheets / It could happen low-key, you better have Ross call me / Or you gon’ be eye level with a roach feet.”
According to TMZ, the origin of Game’s ire is allegedly after a June attack at an L.A. nightclub involving Sean Kingston reportedly getting hit with a bottle and then robbed of a $300k chain. Per the report, Game believes that “Meek dropped a dime on him to Kingston’s people.” Of course, neither Game nor Meek have confirmed the report.
There have also been attempts to tie this brewing feud to a shootout that occurred moments after Game’s onstage blast. After calling Meek out onstage, Game and his entourage were reportedly the targets of an attempted drive-by that left a vehicle pelted with bullets. Game’s manager, Wack 100, reportedly told TMZ that Game wasn’t in the white Mercedes-Benz that assailants mistakenly shot up and that the rapper was unharmed.