The saga continues. After The Game accused Sean Kingston of being a snitch, the “Beautiful Girls” singer is refuting the accusations.
The feud began when Kingston’s $300,000 chain was stolen. The Game claimed Kingston and Meek Mill spoke with detectives about his alleged involvement in the jacking. However, Kingston’s attorney Michelle Iarusso disagrees.
“At no time did my client bring up The Game during the investigation,” she told TMZ. “In fact, [Sean], to date, has not even spoken to any member of the LAPD regarding this incident.”
Despite what was previously publicized, The Game is not mentioned in the police report.
Iarusso is representing Kingston in his lawsuit against the nightclub where the robbery took place. They are reportedly claiming that the theft happened due in part to the club’s negligence.
What’s in the dark must come to the light ?? my name was never on no police report!… I’m happy @tmz_tv can run something true and positive for once ??
Kingston shared a screenshot of the article on Instagram and added: “What’s in the dark must come to the light…my name was never on no police report!… I’m happy [TMZ] can run something true and positive for once.”
So far, The Game and Meek Mill have gone back and forth with “92 Bars” and “Ooouuu (Remix)”respectively. Kingston has remained out of the on-wax beef, but he did diss Game in a series of Instagram videos, in which he called him a “fake ass, hoe ass ni**a,” a stripper, and “a disgrace to the Bloods.”