Meek Mill at the Mondrian Hotel on June 26, 2015, in Los Angeles, California. The Game at the BET Awards '14 on June 27, 2014, in LA. Getty Images/Jason Merrit, Alberto E. Rodriguez

The feud between Meek Mill and The Game is far from getting over, as the latter released another diss track "Pest Control" taking shots at Nicki Minaj, her boyfriend and Sean Kingston. On Tuesday, The Game also appeared on "The Wendy Williams Show" where he said that Mill and Sean Kingston had left him "violated."

The nasty feud began when the “My Life” rapper slammed Mill on Thursday night during a show in Miami at Club Story. On Friday, The Game slammed Mill yet again by releasing the diss track “92 Bars,” from his upcoming album “1992,” which is due to release on Oct. 14. Mill later responded to the beef with a remix of Young M.A.’s “Ooouuu.” But this did not stop The Game, who released another diss track with more focus on Mill's girlfriend and his feud with Drake.

“Keep it 100, you Nicki Minaj sideshow/ Still chasing dreams, I made ‘Dreams’ in ’05 though,” The Game raps in the track. “They say the Meek shall inherit the earth/ So I dug your a-- up ‘cause Drizzy buried you first.”

However, The Game later appeared for an interview for his upcoming album and called the rap-battle “just a little hip-hop beef.”

“We haven’t had a fight yet. It’s not a fight,” he told Williams. “It’s just hip-hop ... It comes down to a point where, you’ve gotta deal with it as it comes. I feel like I was violated.”

He added: "I am grown ... Nobody’s perfect. We all have days where we’re at fault and we make mistakes. And you know, some days are good, some days are bad. So we gotta take them all together."

According to reports, The Game got furious as he believes Mill “snitched” on him when Kingston got robbed at a Los Angeles club back in June. The Game said the police questioned him about Kingston’s missing $300,000 chain because the "House Party" rapper told them that the 36-year-old had something to do with it.

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