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A beef that started out between The Game and Meek Mill has now turned into a beef between Meek Mill and Philly legend Beanie Sigel.

The ongoing beef between Meek and The Game took a sudden twist when Beanie Sigel sat down with Philly radio jockey Persia Nicole of 92Q to admit that teaming up with Meek against The Game was a “mistake.”

If that wasn’t shocking enough, Beanie then confirmed his role in recording the diss track against The Game came about because he was helping Meek write the lyrics to the song. “[Meek] didn’t say nothing to get me on the track,” said Sigel.

“I just happened to come in the studio, so I just was helping him out with some lyrics, and the situation kind of played out like it did. It’s really no beef, especially between me and Game. Me and Game got a good relationship. Had one for years. So it’s not me and Game’s beef. That’s The Game and Meek Mill beef. Basically, I’m just representing for my city. That’s it,” he continued.

The allegation of Beanie ghostwriting for Meek and Dreamchaser artist Omelly sparked a fire storm, and prompted Meek and The Game to react on social media.

Now, footage of Beanie Sigel getting attacked backstage at Puff Daddy’s Bad Boy Reunion concert has surfaced. Puffy brought out Beanie Sigel in Philly this past weekend, but the guest appearance wasn’t without drama. In the video, Dreamchaser affiliate Teefy Bey can be seen being dragged away as Beanie Sigel is laying on the ground.

In an interview with HHS87, Teefy Bey said Beanie Sigel broke “the code of ethics on the street.”

Despite being attacked, Beanie managed to perform “Beanie (Mack B*tch)” and “Do It Again” with Puff Daddy, where he told the crowd that he’s the “real king of Philly.”


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