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The Game was recently out in Philly claiming it’s not all love between Beanie Sigel and Meek Mill. After Beans jumped on Meek Mill’s “OOOUUU,” the Broad Street Bully allegedly got jumped by the Dreamchasers crew for his efforts.

Um, what part of the game is that?

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In an Instagram video, Game says that Meek Mill and his goons went to the Philadelphia stop of the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour and beat up the Roc-A-Fella legend.

“So the young bull knocked out the old head because he was drawling at the jaw,” The Game says. “Niggas is crazy, man. Niggas went and got Beans on a song to diss me. That ain’t do what niggas thought it was gonna do, so y’all went back and beat the legend up, man?”

Some are suggesting that Meek Mill’s crew came after the legend because he kept calling himself the King of Philly during his performance at the show.

But in an interview with Baltimore radio station 92Q Jams that took place before the show, Beans hints that Meek Mill enlisted his help to write the diss track.

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“He didn’t say nothing to get on the track,” he says. “I just happened to come in the studio. I just was helping him out with some lyrics. The situation kinda 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 beef. That’s The Game and Meek Mill beef.”

Sigel, who says he just like to rep Philly, is asked to further detail what he means by “helping him out with some lyrics.” Remember, the Dreamchasers leader was the one who called out Drake for using a ghostwriter last summer, which ignited a beef that is still going on.

“I don’t want to put it out there like that and discredit nobody for they skills or nothing,” was Beans’ simple response.

The Game seems to think the reason for the beatdown was the latter, as he made another Instagram post with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Splinter photoshopped to look like Meek Mill, Omelly and Sigel. In the caption, he laughs at Meek Mill’s inability to write his own diss track, as well as the silencing of his comments to avoid the endless slander of rat emojis.