Nipsey Hussle isn't for all this Instagram beef, taking to Twitter to denounce the recent dust up between Game and Meek Mill, saying that any differences the two have should not be settled through social media or each other's camps.

"Hip hop need to stop gassing this 'beef' between @thegame and @MeekMill," Nipsey wrote on Sunday (Sept. 18). "Niggas gone sit down like men and express they differences and come to an understanding. Ain’t gone be no east coast west coast war. Ain’t gone be no black men killing black men. Behind publicity or rap music or social pressure from the people to the point we can all deal w each other as real niggas w respect. If someone’s in the wrong then it should be handled….and then everyone get bac to the money. This internet shit is a divide and conquer. @thegame u got a lot of young blac men on your payroll. Same w @MeekMill this is bad leadership."

Things between The Game and Meek popped off late last week when Game said he wanted to fight the Philly rapper and later released a diss track directed toward him titled "92 Bars." This bad blood seems to stem from Game's belief that 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.

Kingston has since sided with Meek, saying, “I aint trying to be in media, no drama, no nothing. Meek, that’s my dawg we never had no conversations about nothing.” Peep Nipsey's tweets on the matter up top.

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