Beanie Sigel sat down with The Breakfast Club this morning to discuss his current beef with Meek Mill, since they’ve been insulting each other in the media for the past couple weeks. Sigel also dropped two songs dissing his Philly rival, which has gotten a lot attention on the Internet.
During all that, Charlamagne Tha God criticized Beans for involving himself in the beef and said his diss records towards Meek were based on sheer hate.
“I was questioning you with your diss records,” said the outspoken Breakfast Club host. “You sound like a hater lately, man.”
That’s when Sigel shot back and said Charlamagne isn’t in a position to give his two cents on the beef, because he’s just an outsider. “I don’t even think you qualified to say I sound like a hater, because you don’t know all the particulars.”
Later in the interview, Charlamagne accused Beanie beefing with anyone who doesn’t give him a chance to make money, which seemed to annoy The Reason rapper. Char’s accusation comes from a story that Sigel told about Meek not accepting a show fer, where both rappers would have been paid nicely.
“Get the f— out here, Charlamagne,” said Mack.
Going back a bit, the beef between both Philly rappers started when Meek and The Game started blasting each other. First, the Compton spitter said he wanted to fight Mill while performing in Miami, which the Philly rhymer quickly responded to. From there, a few diss records were exchanged, Beanie claimed that he helped Meek with some his bars, and then he dissed him on the Tax Season podcast.
Fast forward to today’s interview on The Breakfast Club and Sigel said that he and Meek had a phone conversation not too long ago, which only made things worse.
“After The Game thing we had a conversation and when that conversation transpired, he said some bulls—,” Beanie explained. “It was over the phone, so now you got to stand on that.”
Watch a clip the interview below.
Beanie Sigel was all business on the Breakfast Club and Charlamagne remained unbothered pic.twitter.com/XDXw6FQm6v
— Karen Civil (@KarenCivil) October 11, 2016