Photo credit: The Game's Instagram (@losangelesconfidential)

Photo credit: Instagram – @losangelesconfidential

It came as quite the shock last week when The Game started a beef with fellow rapper Meek Mill over a club incident involving singer Sean Kingston. Although The Game initially was only hurling threats and shade at Meek, he’s now taking shots at Kingston for trying to defend Meek.

According to reports, the drama stems from an incident in June when Kingston and Meek were in a club in L.A. and Kingston was robbed of his jewelry. Game claims that Meek and Kingston told the police that his people were responsible for the theft and Game went on a social media tirade as he blasted Meek for being a “snitch.”

Apparently, Kingston grew tired of Game bashing his friend and he posted a video Instagram showing his support for Meek and denying that he or Meek are snitches.

“I aint trying to be in media, no drama, no nothing. Meek, that’s my dog we never had no conversations about nothing.” Kingston added, “When [the robbery] happened I kept it moving me and [Meek] left the club as equal. It was nothing. At the end of the day let’s dead this s–t.”

Not surprisingly, Game wasn’t happy at all with Kingston’s video and he decided to post a video of his own, blasting the Caribbean singer.

“I wonder how many peanut butter and jelly sandwiches Meek had to make your jelly bean smuggling a– switch up on this Instagram. When you know f—ing well that you got your a– robbed in the club, ran for all your f—ing jewelry and you aint do s–t,” Game said.

Game also captioned the video with a lengthy barrage of threats.

#FACTS @SeanKingston you fat scary lying a– n—a on here playing games wit this p—y @meekmill….. Frontin’ for these people…. N—as in yo own circle set you up, whooped yo a– in the club & took all yo s— off yo neck in front of your security & yo n—as & they watched it happened !!!!! You telling police I had sumn to do with you gettin robbed & I set you up cause Meesha punk a– told you that is some h– s–t !!!! But what’s even worse, is yo buster a– on here fakin’ when you know what the f— you called my phone & said !!!!! Meek been tellin on n—as….. Anywhere he can snitch to get ahead his rat a– will do it !!!! One day you look up & my fist gone be in yo f—in jaw…. & ain’t nobody gone be there to hide behind or help you…. You gone take this a– whoopin like a man & the world is home see me beat the h– out you !!!!!!! I’m 1,000% sure yo punk a– & ya chubby side piece had detectives at my house before I left on tour…. Questioning me telling me verbatim what y’all n—as told them…. Keep fakin for Instagram….. You gone have to see me, & then we will see if you can stand behind the words you typing on this app b—h !!!!!!!!!!! You know in yo heart you scared & this time it ain’t going away….. This one won’t rest until you catch this a– whoopin,” Game wrote.

Not to be outdone, Kingston responded with his own lengthy video response in which he called Game  a “fake a–, h– a– n—a,” a stripper” and  “a disgrace to the Bloods.”

Well, those are definitely fighting words and at this point we wouldn’t be surprised if Game really does try to fight Kingston. What do you think of the drama? Let us know in the comments.

Nicholas Robinson

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