Did Beanie Sigel Ghost Write for Meek Mill on the Game Diss Song

This is the Internet age, where information flies around with the speed of light. Still on the Meek Mill and Game beef, a new revelation just hit the world wide web. On an interview Beanie Sigel did two days ago, he kind of implied that he helped Meek Mill out with some lyrics on the OOOUUU Remix, which was a diss track aimed at Game, and which had Meek Mill, Beanie Sigel, Omelly, and Pakbar on it.

Hmm! A bit hard to believe, right? Considering the fact that last year, Meek Mill went all out to expose Drake for using ghostwriters, making it seem like a big No for any rapper to consider using ghostwriters. Before I go on, let me transcribe part of the Beanie Sigel interview and let you guys tell me what you think.

So, during the course of an interview, Beanie was asked what Meek Mill had to say to him to make him jump on the diss track aimed at Game, and Sigel said...

 "He really didn't say nothing, He didn't say nothing to get me on the track. I just happened to come in the studio. So, you know, I just was helping him out with some lyrics, and the situation kind of played out like it did. But it's really no beef, especially between me and Game. Me and Game got a good relationship, you know, we've had one for years. So it's not me and Game beef. That's a Game and Meek Mill beef." (Beanie Sigel Radio Interview)

The female interview was stunned, and asked him to rewind and asked him if he meant he actually wrote lyrics for Meek.And Beanie said...

"I don't ant to put that out there like that, you know, discredit nobody for their skills or nothing." (Banie Sigel Radio Interview)

Word on the streets is that Beanie Sigel got beat up two nights ago after his surprise performance at the Philly stop of the Bad Boy Reunion tour. I am guessing some people weren't happy with what he revealed. Hmm! This is getting messier than expected.

During an interview on a New York radio station a couple of days ago, Game already said he spoke with Beanie and that Beanie told him he was in the studio to help out with Omelly's lyrics. Maybe he didn't want to reveal to Game that he also helped Meek out with some lyrics too. When I heard that diss, I just knew it was too hot to have been written in such a such time by Meek Mill and Omelly. There is a part where Meek was like 'G-A-M-E, please don't tempt me/four pound with the lemon squeeze like simply.' I was like, nah! This ain't Meek style. Someone had to have thrown him those lines in the studio. And now I have my answer.


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