Slaughterhouse‘s Joe Budden has offered his two cents on the Game and Meek Mill feud. The rapper talked about his one-time rivals going at each other on social media.
In a new podcast, Budden said he hoped the Game and Meek would not end in violence.
“All of that Philly sh*t between Beans, Meek and Omelly and just that whole camp, I would hope that it’s resolved peacefully. Right? I’ve said this in this podcast a million times, rap beef all you want. I don’t want to see anybody get shot. I don’t want to see anybody get stabbed. I don’t want to see anybody get hit. I don’t want to see anybody especially when Meek, he doesn’t sound like he has such a gracious judge in the first place. Some of those stipulations were a bit outlandish – I urge everyone to use prime judgment. Prime judgment is when you’re aware and you are well thought out, when you are clear on your objective and how to get to it.”
During a concert this week, Game publicly called out Meek and promised to physically attack him.
“N*ggas know, I f*ck with y’all but I don’t f*ck with that f*ggot and when I see him, I’m busting that n*gga’s face open. Ain’t nothing gonna stop that. It ain’t about Philly and Compton – none of that. It’s Game and Meek. I’m beating that boy’s a** and y’all are going to see that sh*t on Worldstar.”
Coincidentally, Meek’s girlfriend Nicki Minaj appeared to address the feud this week on social media.
Earlier the same day, Game fired off some direct shots at him.
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