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It sounds like the Game isn't done beefing with Meek Mill yet because the rapper kept things going Thursday night when he told the audience at his Reading, Pa concert, "Fuck Meek Mill," in a video obtained by TMZ.

From there, Game drove his point home by launching into his recently released diss track, "Pest Control," where he remixed Young M.A's "Ooouuu" to throw some heated shots at Meek, Sean Kingston, and Beanie Sigel, who got dragged into the whole thing by Meek.

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It turns out the game felt bad about bodying Beanie though, which he revealed in a sit down earlier this week with SiriusXM when discussing how Meek brought the other Philly rapper into the fold. "I got love for Beans so when he did that, I was genuinely hurt," said Game. "While I was doing it, I felt bad the whole time," he said. "I was like, 'I don’t want to do this to Beanie Sigel, but I'm about to smash this n*gga.'"

Fans thought that the beef might die down after Game revealed that the death of Terence Crutcher made him rethink the whole thing. Then, another twist came when Russell Simmons claimed he arranged a peace treaty between both parties, but Game's manager, Wack 100, denied that ever happening to TMZ.

It's clear Game was in no hurry to leave Pennsylvania after his concert either, because he hit up the South Philadelphia cheesesteak staple, Geno's, before his show to grab food and donated money to the famous chain while he was there. In additional Game news, the rapper returned to The Breakfast Club this week, which you can watch below.