40 Glocc Accuses The Game of Working With Police
The pot that The Game stirred last week (Sept. 16) when he dissed Meek Mill continues to boil as yet another rapper has jumped into the fray, with 40 Glocc posting the above photo to Instagram, not so subtly suggesting that it is Game who is working with police. When Game released "92 Bars," initiating the whole drama, it was his assertion that Meek had spoken to police with regard to the June robbery of singer Sean Kingston, who was jacked of around $300,000 worth of jewelry at a L.A. nightclub.
But now the tables have turned on Game, with 40 Glocc writing, "THIS NIGGA @LosAngelesConfidential REALLY.. PUBLICALY WORKING WITH THE POLICE.. & STAY LYING CALLING NIGGAZ SNITCHES CUZ.. NOTICE HE ALWAYS SAYIN THE COPS CAME TO HIS HOUSE, BUT HE NEVER GO TO JAIL OR ON NO BAILS, EXCEPT FOR BEATING UP HIS BABY MOMMA FOR SHIT."
In addition, it looks like 40 posted and then deleted a picture of The Game on the witness stand, claiming the Compton MC was snitching in court. See that below.
Game and 40 have their own history of bad blood, as a judge this past December ordering Game to pay $3,000 for a 2012 fight the two engaged in. Almost a year after the incident, 40 sued The Game for $4.5 million over pain and suffering, emotional distress, lost earnings, medical expenses, and of course, punitive damages, claiming he was held at gunpoint and jumped.
Just yesterday, Sean Kingston's attorney said that Game's name was never mentioned in the robbery incident. “At no time did my client bring up The Game during the investigation,” Michelle Iarusso told TMZ. “In fact, [Sean], to date, has not even spoken to any member of the LAPD regarding this incident.” Kingston has publicly backed Meek in the wake of all these accusations, saying the Philly rapper is his "dawg."
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