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Sean Kingston Dragged into The Game and Meek Mill Rap Beef

by Inigo Monzon   Sep 19, 2016 11:23 AM EDT

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The Game has accused Sean Kingston of being a snitch after the "Beautiful Girls" singer sided with Meek Mill in his feud against the "All Eyez" rapper. In a video released by The Game, he referenced a past incident when Kingston got beaten up and robbed at a nightclub in Los Angeles.

According to TMZ, this is the incident that reportedly started the beef between Meek Mill and The Game. The entertainment news site reported that back in June, Kingston was attacked inside a club by unknown assailants. Aside from beating him up, the attackers also stole the rapper's necklace worth $300,000.

Following the incident, Meek Mill reportedly told Kingston that The Game was the one who orchestrated the attack that night. The "El Chapo" rapper was even questioned by police officers regarding his involvement but he was eventually cleared of the accusations.

Yesterday, The Shade Room shared a video of Kingston expressing his support to Meek Mill.

A video posted by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on Sep 17, 2016 at 8:55pm PDT

"Meek, that's my dawg we never had no conversations about nothing," he said in the video. "When [the robbery] happened I kept it moving me and [Meek] left the club as equals. It was nothing. At the end of the day let's dead this shit."

The Game then responded by posting his own video on his Instagram account. In the video, the rapper accused Kingston of being a liar and a snitch for quickly siding with Meek Mill. He even said that right after the incident at the nightclub, Kingston called him to ask for his help. The rapper also claimed that it was actually Meek Mill or someone from his circle who organized the attack on Kingston.

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