Last Friday, a 40-year-old unarmed man named Terence Crutcher was fatally shot by Tulsa Police. Since then, many have taken to social media in response to the tragic killing and to express their concern over the state of the country.
"I find it a little difficult to be actually beefing with another African America artist," The Game told TMZ. "On one accord, it's like, I should be on this Black Lives Matter push, and this cops killing African Americans thing. And then on the other side, I got this beef with Meek going. So, it's kind of like I'm torn. It makes me look bipolar, man."
Furthering his point about how perhaps his focus should be on the racial tensions across the country instead, The Game pointed out that something needs to be done about the tension between police and minorities, but also recognizes that violence against law enforcement won't change anything.
"I think it's sad. I think, 'here we go again.' I don't know what needs to be done," The Game said. "At this point, you can see that we're being targeted." Meek Mill also expressed similar sentiments earlier today via Instagram.
When asked about whether or not he thinks that "Pest Control" will be the last the his beef with Meek, The Game responded, "I hope so."
Whether or not the feud between the two rappers will actually end, only time will tell. Watch The Game talk about his conflicting feelings above.