According to the Documentary rapper, he had a three-way call shortly after Sean Kingston got robbed at a club in Los Angeles. “It’s Sean Kingston, me, and Meek on the three-way,” The Game said during an interview with SiriusXM’s Hip-Hop Nation. “He’s going off on Sean Kingston. ‘I ain’t tell you nothing.’ Sean Kingston saying, ‘Yes, you did.’ He’s saying, ‘Motherf***er, you b***h-ass ni**a…’ So, I just hung up the phone.”
Meek Mill is not buying Game story and still insist that he started the beef because he has a new album “1992” coming out. In other words is pure publicity stunt. Sean Kingston also echoed the same thing that Meek did.
The Compton emcee also recalled police coming to his house to question him about the incident. “After the detectives came to my crib, I was like, ‘That’s wild,’ but I still held it to myself,” the rapper continued. “But then I got drunk and you know how this Patron do. I got drunk in Miami one night…and you know, you tell the truth. It comes out.”
Listen to the interview below.
While he was hosting a gig at a club in Miami earlier this month, The Game got on the mic and yelled “f*** Meek Mill.” The next morning he dropped a diss track “92 Bars.”