Beanie Sigel Issues Threats To Meek and His Crew In Second Diss Track “Goodnight”


(AllHipHop News) Beanie Sigel has dropped another diss record titled “Goodnight,” his second diss record aimed at Meek Mill.

The latest track comes on the heels of his previously released track “I’m Coming,” which Beans dropped earlier this week.

It seems as if Beans was just getting warm with “I’m Coming,” because he goes straight at Meek Mill on this new song “Goodnight.”

Meek has yet to respond with music to Beanie, but he did throw some shade toward the State Property leader on his Instagram page, claiming he was directly responsible for the Philly Cypher during the BET Hip Hop Awards which featured State Property members Peedi Crakk, Neef, Omillio Sparks, Freeway, and Beanie Sigel reuniting.

“I’m the one who pitched a Philly cypher and getting Philly more involved with BET,” Meek wrote on Instagram. “Alley ooping a n-gga that’s throwing shade but still catching blessings!”

That didn’t stop Beanie from dropping his new song, which accuses Meek of not really being street, and threatens to push Meek’s s##t to the white meat,” amongst other threats.

Beanie was roped into Meek Mill’s feud with Game. Their beef started when Game accused Meek of snitching on him after Sean Kingston was robbed of $300,000 in jewelry. Beanie made a brief appearance on Meek’s reply to Game’s original diss to Meek titled “92 Bars.”

Game followed up with a song called “Pest Control,” which trashed Meek and his crew, while featuring a brief appearance from Beanie.

Beanie was later assaulted at the Bad Boy Reunion tour stop in Philly, by an associate of Meek’s named Teefy Be, after Beans allegedly had an improper conversation with Game in the middle of the beef.

Check out Beanie Sigel’s second diss to Meek Mill, titled “Goodnight.”