Tweetdeck – Another ghostwriting allegation is being thrown into the Twittersphere from out of the Dreamchasers camp, this time, revealing the identity of The Game’s so-called rhyming assistant.

According to Chino, the alleged phantom penman wrote The Game’s diss track aimed at Meek, “Pest Control,”

“I kno THE GAME ghost writer btw he from Chicago he ran wit some good Baltimore dudes !” he tweeted. “Can someone tell the game stop it . . . It’s public an it’s always been in the streets ain’t no telling over here wit the chasers homie ! Btw “Marcus black” wrote that . . . Time to expose ya [ghost emoji] writer ! #oooooouuuuuuu That’s a fact !”

The Game interjected himself into the year-long Drake and Meek Mill meleé when he randomly dissed Meek live at Miami’s Club Story and then went on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club to premiere “92 Bars,” which included a verse aimed at Meek and is slated as the closing track on his forthcoming album 1992.

Since then, Sean Kingston, Omelly, Beanie Sigel and even Game’s longtime enemy 40 Glocc who accused The Game of working with the police, have all managed to end up intertwined in the mix of things.

At least he has Drake on his side.

Check out Chino’s tweets exposing The Game’s ghostwriter below.