The ongoing feud between The Game and Meek Mill has went from a dissing contest to battling over cheesesteaks to ghostwriting accusations.

Now that the dust has settled, Game has reiterated his position on his feud with the Dreamchaser leader. Recently, the Compton rhymer posted an Instagram video of his visit to West Baltimore, Md. In the clip, Game is walking through the Bruce Courts projects and handing out $100 bills to young kids who greet the altruistic rapper.

Midway through his visit, Game takes a moment to address his ongoing beef with Meek.

"N----s out there trying to turn whole Philly against a n----," he said. "I don't have a problem with the whole Philly, I got a problem with one n---- in Philly. That's it."

"You can create real, that s--- is born," he added. "Since 1979. I've been 100 with myself. How about you?"

The video follows the release of some footage where Beanie Sigel is helping OMelly pen Game diss lyrics. In the clip, Beans is pictured coaching OMelly on sharpening his delivery of a line.

We don’t know where this beef is headed, but we hope it gets back to lyrics instead of nonsensical stuff like ghostwriting and cheesesteaks. Meanwhile, The Game is dropping his video for "Pest Control" at midnight (Tuesday morning) exclusively on

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