The Game Disses Meek Mill on New Song 'Pest Control,' Calls Him 'Nicki Minaj's Sideshow'

The Game and Meek Mill Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images; Paras Griffin/Getty Images

Why can't we be friends? The Game fired back at Meek Mill on his new song, "Pest Control," just one day after Mill dropped a dis track of his own, a remix of Young M.A's "Ooouuu."

"Welcome to the West, and this ain't The Life of Pablo / Stay on that bulls--t, it's gon' start to feel like Chicago / Keep it 100, you Nicki Minaj sideshow," The Game, 36, raps on "Pest Control," which was released Tuesday, September 20.

The Compton native then references Mill's longtime feuds with Drake and Quentin Miller (Drake's alleged ghostwriter), rapping, "You jumped Quentin Miller, and now you don't scrap / It was time to go at Drizzy, and now you don't rap / Ask your bitch, she know I 'Beez in the Trap' / You gotta move out of L.A. / I put them B's on your back."

The Game also gives a ferocious shout-out to Beanie Sigel, who recently showed his support for Mill, 29, amid the squabble. "Take Beans back to rehab / On Instagram, looking like a motherf--king beanbag," The Game raps.

For those who can't keep up with the back-and-forth feud, here's the TL;DR version: The beef began earlier this month, when The Game claimed Mill accused him of being involved in Sean Kingston's June jewelry robbery. Mill immediately denied the allegations, prompting the release of three dis tracks (and counting) between the fellow rappers — in addition to a bitter days-long Instagram feud.

Listen to The Game's "Pest Control" below!


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