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The tangled web that is the feud between Meek Mill and The Game seems to be growing more complicated by the day. Recently, Beanie Sigel called into a radio show and discussed his involvement in Meek's diss of the L.A. rapper. "He didn't say nothin' to get me on the track," Sigel said when asked how he ended up lending a hand on Meek's "Ooouuu" remix. "I just happened to come in the studio, so I just was helping him out with some lyrics, and the situation kind of played out like it did. It's really no beef, especially between me and Game."
There's a couple of things amiss about this revelation. For one, it's kind of odd for Meek to be utilizing another person's pen after going so hard at Drake about a similar practice for the last year. Two, it seems that Sigel is trying to distance himself from Meek, especially given that later in the interview he praises The Game, saying that they have a great relationship.
Further complicating the situation, The Game recently posted up a photo to Instagram that alleges that Meek's crew beat Sigel up after Puff Daddy's Bad Boy Reunion tour rolled into Philadelphia on Sept. 23. The reason he gave was specifically this interview where Sigel dropped the bomb about his involvement writing for Meek. "[N]ow you mad cause Sigel told @persianicole that he wrote y'all shit on the diss song so y'all jumped y'all own man at the Puffy concert," The Game wrote.
Listen to Beanie Sigel's full comments in the video below.
A later video also surfaced, showing that Beanie Sigel also helped Omelly with his verse. In the video, Sigel can be seen coaching Omelly through the recording process, lending Omelly some aid as he works on the delivery for a portion of his verse. It looks like Beanie might be the brains behind this entire diss record. You can check out the footage of them working on the song below.