Any notion that The Game was thinking about letting the Meek Mill beef fizzle out has been undercut by the rapper appearing in Brooklyn to film the video for his Meek diss "Pest Control." Just yesterday (Sept. 22), Game's manager wrote that "all signs have been pointing towards letting the fire burn out" between Meek and Game, so the "Pest Control" video shoot can either be seen as the final shot or a contradiction of that peacemaking motion.

In the Instagram video above, Game can be seen in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn rapping with what looks like the whole block on the stoop behind him. When Beanie Sigel jumped into the fray, siding with Meek, he rapped of Game, "Whole clip will get showered/One phone call I’m in L.A. in three hours." The sentiment there was that the distance between Philly and Los Angeles can be covered quickly, so Game posted up on the East Coast showing he's not worried or scared.

Uncle Murda was on set, but fellow Brooklyn rapper Maino wasn't, and the two posted about it on IG below.

Earlier this week, Game himself said that the death of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Okla. was making him rethink his disposition toward Meek, saying,“I find it a little difficult to be beefing with another African American artist cause on one accord, I should be on this Black Lives Matter push and this cops killing African Americans thing.”

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