The broad street bully who we all know as Beanie Sigel stopped by The Breakfast Club to talk about the recent situation with Meek Mill and The Game. We all remember Beans from really being one of the most lyrical underdogs from the Roc along with Jay-Z, Kanye West and more.

Over the past few weeks there have been all kinds of issues in the music game. Alot of it started when Sean Kingston and Meek Mill accused The Game of having something to do with Sean Kingston getting robbed at a club in California. The Game came out with "92 Bars" which was a crushing diss song to Meek. Meek Mill eventually came out with a song to come at The Game and used a clip with Beanie Sigel on the song. The Game came back and then Beanie came with a diss song and targeted Meek. It's a big soap opera and things have come to a head.

The Breakfast Club finally caught up with Beanie to get his side of the beef and whether or not he actually had a hand in ghost writing some of Meeks verse going at The Game. It's a pretty long interview, but I think we got some of the questions answered.

 

Beanie Sigel talks to The Breakfast Club: