It looks like Beanie Sigel could be prepping a Meek Mill diss track.
The legendary Roc-A-Fella enforcer took to Instagram to share some new cover art for a project titled "F Who Ever Ain’t Gang Gang." The picture features a middle finger with blood on it. Sigel wrote a brief message to accompany the post. “The calm before the storm!” he wrote. The beef between Sigel and Meek Mill started when the veteran went to bat for the younger rapper against the Game on his diss song over the Young M.A. "OOOUUU" beat. The Game quickly fired back with "Pest Control" which led to a falling out between Sigel and Meek Mill after Philly legend reached out to Game. Shortly after that, Sigel was sucker punched by a Dreamchaser’s member for allegedly giving information to Game and his manager Wack 100 about their camp.
Beanie Sigel took to Taxstone’s podcast to clear up the situation. After a bit of back and forth, Meek Mill responded with a freestyle where he dissed just about everybody including Sigel who once acted as his mentor. Now it seems like Sigel has something brewing for his Philly brother. He also told Taxstone that he was itching to release new music and even debuted some new bars on the show.