by Mike Winslow
Yesterday(September 22), it was revealed that Hip-Hop mogul Russell Simmons stepped in to try and squash the beef, in hopes of quelling any possible violence related to the superstar rappers’ escalating feud.
Game claims that Meek Mill was the one who implicated him in a June robbery at an L.A. club, where R&B singer Sean Kingston relieved of $300,000 worth of jewelry.
At first, Game’s manager Wack 100 bluntly told Russell Simmons to stay out of their beef.
But last night, Wack 100 revealed that thanks to several Hip-Hop legends, he was in direct contact with Meek Mill in an attempt to mediate issues with Game.
Nipsey Hussle and music industry management veteran Big U, who has worked with Snoop Dogg, Nipsey and even Sean Kingston, is offering assistance, along with legendary New York DJ Kay Slay.
“@NipseyHussle, @BigU1 and the real @TherealDJKaySlay have been mediating conversations between myself and Meek Mill and all signs are pointing to letting the fire burn out whenever it burns out,” Wack 100 said.
Wack also softened his stance on Russell Simmons’s involvement in the beef a bit, although he made it clear the situation was far from over.
“What will happen is this we will respect the opinion of @unclrush but we will only allow the powers that be in this jungle to be in the politics of what is to be.”
Earlier in the day, it was reported that Game had recorded a video in New York City for his song “Pest Control” dissing Meek Mill.
Also, last night, Game was in Meek’s hometown of Philadelphia, where the West Coast rapper stopped to grab a cheesesteak from Geno’s, on his way to a show in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Check Wack 100’s IG post: