Is a collaborative recording effort fair game for Meek Mill, who once used reference tracks and allegations of ghostwriting to go at Drake? While Beanie Sigel had said previously that he helped out with some lines for the Game diss over Young M.A's "OOOUUU," footage has now surfaced of the recording session with Beanie, Meek and Omelly in the lab.

The video above shows a gang of homies in the studio, a few smoking, a few nodding in approval at the hard-nosed punchlines. At the start, it seems like Beanie is coaching Omelly on the delivery of a certain line—that, or coaching the engineer on how to make it sound. Later on, Meek shows up, and it appears like his verse was already recorded beforehand.

While Beanie himself is on the track, with a few lines directed at Game, he has since said that he has no specific ill will toward Game. “[Meek] didn’t say nothin’ to get me on the track,” Sigel said in a recent interview, revealing that Meek didn’t outright ask for his assistance in going at Game. “I just happened to come in the studio, so I just was helping him out with some lyrics, and the situation kind of played out like it did," Beans added. "It’s really no beef, especially between me and Game.”

In an interview with The Breakfast Club on Friday, Game assured there's no beef between him and Beanie, and claimed Beanie helped Omelly write his bars on the "OOOUUU" diss. Game also claimed that after Beans came out and said he helped someone write bars on the "OOOUUU" diss, Beanie got jumped at the Bad Boy Reunion show in Philly.

Check the above video to see Beans, Omelly and more in the studio with Meek.

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