The Game Says He’s “Torn” Over Meek Mill Beef Following Murder Of Terrence Crutcher (VIDEO)


(AllHipHop News) Compton rapper The Game says he’s “torn” after dropping his second diss track against Meek Mill “Pest Control,” following the controversial murder by Tulsa police of unarmed black man Terrence Crutcher.

“I find it a little difficult to be actually beefing with another African-American artist, because 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 kinda like I’m torn, it makes me look bipolar man,” The Game told TMZ when asked about the recent tragedy.

Earlier today Game dropped another track taking aim at Meek’s head  “Pest Control,” which features more hardcore rhymes aimed at the Philly rapper over the smooth and melodic instrumentation of Young M.A’s “OOOUUU.”

The heated beef revolves around The Game’s belief that Meek Mill told Sean Kingston that his crew was involved in the robbery of Kingston at a club in June.

Check out The Game’s response to the recent killing of Terrence Crutcher and the new diss track below.