Meek Mill has an ally in his ongoing feud with The Game. The self-proclaimed "Broad Street Bully" Beanie Sigel has jumped into the fray and is defending the Philly rhymer.

In an Instagram video post, the former Roc-A-Fella Records artist revealed that he’s on the freestyle remix of Young M.A.'s “OOOUUU!” featuring Meek and several other Philly representers. “Get it jumpin’, hit the switch like a ’64 Impala,” he spits. “Whole clique could get showered / One phone call, I’m in L.A., three hours.”

In the caption, it reads, “Please don't bring me out of retirement!!! I’m putting them Fatigues back on for my city! Straighten up or get straightened out.”

According to reports, the song is a response to The Game’s “92 Bars” where the Compton rapper calls Meek a snitch. The song will also appear on Meek Mill's upcoming Dreamchaser 4 mixtape.

Of course, this follows The Game's recent verbal attack on both Meek and Sean Kingston, who is at the center of the heated feud. Chuck Taylor berated Kingston for having his jewelry snatched at a Los Angeles club and didn't do anything about it. Then he insulted Meek by calling him "Meesha" and vowing to "beat the dog s--- out of him" for allegedly snitching on him.

Kingston has since fired back at The Game calling him all types of batty boy and bumbaclots in a series of IG videos.

Beanie Sigel is no stranger to rap feuds. In 2001, he found himself in a diss-a-thon with fellow rapper Jadakiss. The feud so volatile that LOX member Styles P said "somebody could have died." In 2012, they called it a truce with each rhymer stating that he had a mutual respect for the other.

Let's hope that The Game and Meek Mill's feud doesn't get violent. Let's keep it to lyrics and not fisticuffs.

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