The Game Targeted in Drive-By Shooting in Miami

The Game reportedly becomes a target of shooting hours after he called out Meek Mill during his performance in a Miami nightclub.

AceShowbiz - %cThe Game% reportedly became a target of assassination in Miami. According to TMZ, multiple shots were fired into a white Mercedes-Benz G Wagon outside the Fontainebleau Hotel where cars associated with the rapper were parked.

The Game's manager clarified that the rapper didn't own the G Wagon, but the black Chevy SUV next to the Wagon did belong to his crew. The hip-hop star also had a white Range Rover parked about 15 feet away from where the shots were fired.

Thankfully the Wagon was empty when the incident happened and nobody was injured. Just hours before the shooting, The Game performed at STORY Nightclub nearby. He dissed fellow rapper %cMeek Mill% on stage during the gig.

The Game called Mill a snitch over accusation that his people were involved in a robbery at Penthouse Nightclub & Dayclub in July. Back then, %cSean Kingston%'s 300k chain was snatched off his neck after he was hit in the head with a bottle.

"I just wanna beat that n****'s ass one good time. When you see me n****, square up. It ain't gotta be about no guns. F**k Meek Mill," The Game told the crowd at STORY. Mill responded in a now-deleted Instagram post, "U wanna fight? Next morning a diss raps...... Then the pre-order links! THE JIG IS UP YALL GUYS REAL RAPPERS! Make sure y'all go support them industry cats!"

The Game then shared a picture of him cozying up to Mill's girlfriend %cNicki Minaj% from their "Pills N Potions" video. "The last time Nicki held a REAL NIGGA !!!" he goaded Mill. The latter hotly replied, "How do you get on change of hearts! YOU A FAKE GANGSTA........ AINT NO REAL LA N****S STANDING BEHIND THIS F**KERY.... WHERE WAS YOU AT IN LIFE WHEN YOU DECIDED TO GO ON CHANGE OF HEART! AND THE HO HAD A CHANGE OF HEART ON YOU BECAUSE YOU LAME! Somebody pull his resume lol."

It's unclear if the drive-by shooting had anything to do with The Game's feud with Meek Mill. The latter did recently say he would stop rapping about violence in his songs, but he would "remain to let my people know in these terrible environments to adapt and survive at any cost."

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