Just when we thought The Game was going to be all peace, love and pretty revealing Instagram pics this year, there’s THIS.
Apparently this hip-hop back-and-forth started when pop favorite Sean Kingston was robbed of his $300,000 necklace and reportedly called the west coast gangster rap superstar to help him get it back. According to The Game, Kingston called him back shortly afterwards and said Meek Mill told him that The Game actually had him set up for the assault and theft.
Well, judging from Game’s profanity-laced Instagram post – the general tone of which could still be determined between beeps during today’s Ryan Report – he is not only not happy, he is ready to fight both Kingston AND Mill.
“You can’t fight,” he says of Mill. “You ain’t gonna shoot, so stop fronting for these Instagram followers.”
The shocker, though?
Take your pick: Kingston’s response to The Game; or Black Mafia Family founder Big Meech reaching out from behind bars to offer these encouraging words to Game and Mill: “I wanna see you on top successful where you belong not in prison over some avoidable dumb [expletive].”