Despite Nipsey Hussle’s plea for peace, The Game and Meek Mill’s feud soldiers on. However, in light of the recent police shooting of unarmed 40-year-old Terence Crutcher, Game is now reconsidering if it it behooves him to beef with any African-American man.
“You know what it is, man, I find it a little difficult to be actually beefing with another African-American artist,” the 36-year-old rapper said when asked by TMZ. “On one accord, I should be on this Black Lives Matter push, and this cops killing African-Americans thing and then on the other side I got this beef with Meek going so it’s kind of like I’m torn.”
The Game kicked off the feud when he released “92 Bars” last Friday (Sept. 16) after claiming the MMG rapper snitched on him. Meek Mill then responded in kind when he released “Ooouuu” featuring fellow Philadelphia native Beanie Siegel, but never one to be out done, the Compton MC later released his rebuttal to Meek’s rebuttal entitled “Pest Control.”
Game later expressed his sentiments about Terence Crutcher’s shooting and said it cannot be denied that black men in America are being targeted. However, when further asked about whether or not he’ll squash his beef with the Dreams Worth More Than Money artist, Game offered an ambiguous response.
“Me and Meek know what’s up, man. He knows what was done, I know what was done and you know something’s gotta be done about that,” Game says.
Watch the full interview below