Ty Dolla $ign has made music with both The Game and Meek Mill and hopes that the two of them will start acting like they have some sense.
Ty Dolla $ign just released his new album Campaign and he’s living up to the title.
When XXL asked what he thought about the beef that just won’t seem to end, Ty offered:
“Both of them are my homies and I think the homies should get off the internet. I think we all gangsters and we ain’t supposed to be on the internet with our shit. N*ggas should have learned that a long ass time ago. I feel like when it’s real shit, if it’s beef or whatever the fuck they want to call it, n*ggas should speak like men together. Everybody’s watching on the internet so why would you want to talk sh*t on the internet? I don’t do that with girls or anybody. Let’s just kept it adult.”
Ty’s sentiments echoes those of Nipsey Hussle who has gone as far to say that the beef is “bad leadership,” especially considering that both of them run record labels that employ people.
Beef bystander Beanie Sigel has been the unluckiest one involved so far. The Broad Street Bully was attacked by one of Meek Mill’s associates in Philadelphia for jumping on a diss track with Meek, only to turn around and try to patch things up with Game.
At the rate that this beef has been escalating, don’t be surprised if we see something crazy happen tomorrow.
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