The Game explains feud with Meek Mill, says he felt like he was violated
21 September 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Meek Mill and The Game are now feuding and the latter is the first to talk about the matter in public as he dropped by the Tuesday episode of “The Wendy Williams Show.”
The Game said that the feud between him and Mill is just a “little hip-hop beef.” However, The Game said, “It comes down to a point where you got to deal with it as it comes. I feel like I was violated.”
The feud between the two have been going back and ford via Instagram and in the studio. At first, The Game blasted Mill on stage before he released his new diss track entitled “92 Bars.” In the track, The Game seemingly said that Mill snitched on him when Sean Kingston got robbed at a Los Angeles club last June.
Mill then released his own diss track against The Game entitled “Ooouuu.” He denied the accusations of Mill and Kingston backed him up. The diss tracks did not stop there as The Game blasted other rappers such as Beanie Sigel and Kingston. Mill was still in the last diss track entitled “Pest Control.”
The host of “The Wendy Williams” show then said that they are now grown men so they should know how to handle their feuds. The Game responded, "Nobody is perfect. We all have days when we're at fault and we make mistakes. Some days are good. Some days are bad so, you know. You gotta take them all together."
Aside from talking about the feud regarding Kingston and Mill, The Game talked about his new album called “1992.” In one of the songs of The Game, he said that he slept with the three Kardashian sisters. Williams then asked if he slept with Khloe Kardashian and he said, “Sometimes, it gets late at night, and just… people… I don’t know.”
He was then asked about Kourtney and he said that he did not sleep with her but when asked about Kim, he gave a lengthier statement saying, "You know what? This is what I'll say. Kanye's a really good friend of mine and they've got really beautiful kids and I don't want to disrespect their family."