Let’s get ready to rumble! Meek Mill has responded to The Game’s verbal attacks and it looks as if a rap beef is officially underway.

To catch you up, The Game called Meek a snitch during his concert performance in Miami and threatened to beat him up if he ever sees him again. That was followed by his angry diss song “92 Bars” where he vowed to poke Meek and “leave his dead body on the soaked sheets.” He also disrespected his girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, as well.

On Friday (Sept. 16), the Philly spitfire jumped on his Instagram account and responded to the Compton rhymer. One photo features Nicki and Meek raising his hands up and delivering the two middle finger salute. The caption reads, "U wanna fight? Next morning a diss raps...... Then the pre-order links! THE JIG IS UP YALL GUYS REAL RAPPERS! Make sure y'all go support them industry cats!"

Meek followed that with another picture of himself and wrote in the caption, "The IPHONE 7 just came out we ain't tryna hear that s---! Lol."

Not to be outdone, The Game responded on his Instagram account with a special photo of his own. The 36-year-old rapper shared a dated picture of him and Nicki posing together.

"The last time Nicki held a REAL NIGGA!!! Everybody know you the wife n----.... If she take her followers back, you gone be back at 100k!!!" he wrote, adding the hashtag #Snitch and emojis of rats and cheese.

Speaking of snitching, according to TMZ, The Game and Meek Mill beef allegedly stems from Sean Kingston getting his jewelry robbed at a Los Angeles club. Apparently, Kingston was assaulted and had his $300,000 necklace ripped off his neck. Both The Game and Meek were in the club that evening.

The Game believes Meek ratted him out to Kingston's people and told him that someone in The Game's camp was involved in the assault and robbery. Police said The Game was never a suspect in the case, which is now closed because Kingston's is not cooperating with authorities.

My, my, my. What a tangled web of alleged deception.

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