Meek Mill got some advice to help him keep calm, and possibly end his beef with The Game. Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, founder of the Black Family, reached out from prison with some words of wisdom for Meek.
Meech, who is currently service a 30-year sentence for drug trafficking and money laundering, essentially advised the Philly rapper not to make a permanent decision over temporary feelings.
Meek posted a screenshot of the text message Friday (Sept. 16) which reads in part,“I wanna see you successful where you belong, not in prison over some avoidable dumb sh*t!”
The Game vs. Meek’s rap rift took flight hours after the Compton rapper’s crew was reportedly targeted in a Miami nightclub shooting. During a show at STORY nightclub, The Game called Meek a “rat” for supposedly snitching in a police investigation involving a robbery and assault against Sean Kingston in June.
The Game continued his tirade against Meek on the diss record “92 Bars”, and finished off with a few social media jabs. Meek responded on Instagram, but it looks like the beef could be simmering down.
Peep Meech’s full message to Meek below.