VIA: XXLMAG.COM // You’ve probably heard about the little tiff Meek Mill and The Game got into over the weekend. Diss tracks have been exchanged because Game believes Meek snitched on him regarding the night Sean Kingston was robbed in an L.A. nightclub. But a new report proves otherwise.
According to TMZ, a police report filed on Kingston’s robbery shows no mention of Game or his real name, Jayceon Taylor. The Compton MC claims Meek dropped a dime to the fuzz and implicated Game’s people in that robbery, but if that were true, surely Taylor’s name would be somewhere in the report. It’s not.
“At no time did my client bring up The Game during the investigation,” Kingston’s attorney Michelle Iarusso told TMZ. “In fact, [Sean], to date, has not even spoken to any member of the LAPD regarding this incident.”
Kingston retained Iarusso for his lawsuit against the L.A. Penthouse Nightclub where the robbery happened. He claims the venue’s security set him up to get robbed, and he’s suing them for $900k.
Over the weekend, Kingston backed up the report, claiming Meek never said a word to anybody. “Meek, that’s my dawg, we never had no conversations about nothing,” said Kingston. “When [the robbery] happened I kept it moving, me and [Meek] left the club as equal. It was nothing. At the end of the day let’s dead this shit.”
As for Meek, he’s sure Game is doing all this just to drum up publicity for the Compton rapper’s new 1992 album, which just so happens to drop in a couple of weeks.