In the midst of the non-stop back-and-forth that's been occurring since The Game dissed Meek Mill, calling him a snitch for supposedly telling the LAPD that the Compton rapper's camp had something to do with Sean Kingston's June robbery at a night club, one cooler head has prevailed.

Nipsey Hussle weighed in on the dramatic happenings on Twitter, saying that basically the media needs to stop hyping up the beef and both camps need to handle the situation like real men because their influence is broad, and they need to be mindful of that.

“Hip hop need to stop gassing this “beef” between @thegame and @MeekMill,” Nipsey wrote on Sunday (Sept. 18). “N----s gone sit down like men and express they differences and come to an understanding. Ain’t gone be no east coast west coast war. Ain’t gone be no black men killing black men. Behind publicity or rap music or social pressure from the people to the point we can all deal w each other as real n----s w respect. If someone’s in the wrong then it should be handled….and then everyone get bac to the money. This internet shit is a divide and conquer. @thegame u got a lot of young blac men on your payroll. Same w @MeekMill this is bad leadership.”

Nipsey, who just gave welcomed a baby boy with longtime girlfriend Lauren London last week, seems to be making the most sense right now. However, it doesn't seem as though anyone is really listening to him, as barbs have been flying back and forth over the past few days between Game and Meek and their respective supporters with Meek releasing a diss song just this morning.

Either way, check Nipsey's tweets below.


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