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King of Instagram hashtags the Game took his feud with Meek Mill to his favorite social media platform. The Game posted a still of him and Nicki Minaj from the “Pills and Poison” music video on Friday, replete with his signature offensive hashtags. “Everybody know you the wife,” the caption reads in part as a nod to Minaj and Mill’s relationship. Have a look.
This comes after the diss track “92 Bars,” which was undoubtedly inspired by Meek Mill’s own dissing of the Game at a Miami club show. There’s enough beef between the two for a full BBQ spread. And of course Twitter showed up for the feast.
It's way too much clap back to keep up with between Meek Mill and The Game & Drake, Kanye West and Kid Cudi. pic.twitter.com/TxaKHUugIC— ShakariSBriggs (@ShakariSBriggs) September 16, 2016
Twitter user Neechi Sosa may be onto something with that marketing ploy. The Game indeeds has an album to promote, the forthcoming 1992, which has yet to find a release date. Meek Mill, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to be doing much of anything except shouting into the void. Oh, and getting his Instagram comments flooded with rat emoji.
Don’t act like #RatsWillDoAnythingForCheese isn’t your latest favorite hashtag. With more fire coming from the Game, who only recently released a track list for 1992, this battle looks far from over.