Who knew when The Game said that he wanted to fight Meek Mill early this month, that it would start such a large beef that branched off into so many areas?

In the latest chapter of this continually growing saga, Beanie Sigel stopped by Tax Stone's podcast Tax Season and pretty much aired Meek out for 30 minutes. During the sit-down, he also revealed the true nature of their beef, which comes just one day after he was seen knocked out in a photo at a Bad Boy Reunion concert.

According to the State Property leader, his problem with Meek stems from a show they were going to perform in their home state of Pennsylvania that just didn't work out.

"It was a show that was supposed to happen," Beanie described. "Somebody contacted a person that is close to me, and they asked me if I could get in contact with Meek to do this show in Reading, Pa. They was offering Meek at that particular time $100,000."

Beans then said that he would get $15,000 if he was able to get Mill for the show, but it never happened, because he kept getting the runaround. From there, the Broad Street Bully and Meek exchanged heated text messages, and they also had a phone conversation that didn't go so well.

Elsewhere in the interview, Beanie talked about Meek's conflict with Drake and blasted the MMG artist for starting the beef in the first place.

"Who cares if he not writing that s---," said Sigel about the ghostwriting claims surrounding Drizzy. "It's not taking away from your money or none of that ... So what's the real reason why you was mad at Drake?"

"In my point of view, you was laying in the bed one night, you rolled over and you looked at [Nicki Minaj] and you asked her 'Did you f---- that n----?' And she ain't answer in the way you wanted her to. That's what I think."

You can listen to a snippet of the interview above and the full conversation below.

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