By Annie Reuter
The beef between The Game and Meek Mill is far from over. In fact, it has made its way into The Game’s new video for “Pest Control.” Shot in Baltimore, the nearly eight-minute clip begins with an exterminator visiting a home to kill a rat, the perfect metaphor. The Game is only beginning his vitriol for his enemy.
The clip then segues to concert where the audience is chanting “F— Meek Mill” before The Game begins to diss his opponent in rap form.
“You ain’t s— but a rat to me,” the Game raps. “A snake that don’t rattle me.”
The video continues to show the Game and his crew spitting hatred for Meek Mill as photos of rats encroach the screen. The Compton rapper loads the track with dozens of namedrops including Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Joe Budden, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop, Dr. Dre, including even pulls Drake into the mix.
“The louder your scream, the wacker the verse. I’ll put that D— Chaser logo on the back of your hearse. “They say the meek shall inherit the Earth. So I went and dug your a– up ’cause Drizzy buried you first.”
Meek Mill, it’s your move now.