Last night (Sept. 15), The Game hopped onstage in Miami and said he wanted to fight Meek Mill. Then this morning, he released a diss track called "92 Bars" accusing Meek of being a snitch. No one was sure what exactly he was referring to.

Now, TMZ reports that sources tell them Game believes Meek dropped a dime to authorities about Sean Kingston's robbery, which occurred back in June. The singer was apparently jacked of around $300,000 worth of jewelry at a L.A. nightclub. Game and Meek were reportedly in the building that night, and it looks like Game believes Meek told police that people with the Compton MC were involved.

Law enforcement officials tell TMZ Game was never a suspect in the heist and the investigation has since closed because Kingston won't cooperate.

On Game's scathing diss record to Meek, he spits, "She got a couple mill and she don't even know Meek/And ever since that nigga snitched on me we just don't speak." He continues later in the song, "Nigga you know that I'll snap you like a toothpick/And snitching on niggas ain't never been no cool shit/And I've been wanting to give Nicki this pool stick/So tell your lil' vibrant thing come fuck with Q-Tip."

Meek responded to Game on Instagram, claiming the L.A. rapper is doing all of this to drum up hype for the 1992 album that just went up for pre-order.

U wanna fight? Next morning a diss raps...... Then the pre-order links," wrote Meek. "THE JIG IS UP YALL GUYS REAL RAPPERS!"

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