The Game has slammed Sean Kingston for coming to Meek Mill's defence amid the feud between The All Eyez and Bad For You rappers. The duo's feud stems from an incident in which Kingston was reportedly attacked and robbed of a $300,000 (£230,069) chain at an LA club in June.

The LA rapper took to Instagram on 18 September to respond to the The Beautiful Girls singer's harsh comments.

"I wonder how many peanut butter and jelly sandwiches Meek [Mill] had to make your jelly bean smuggling ass switch up on this Instagram. When you know f*****g well that you got your ass robbed in the club, ran for all your f*****g jewelry and you ain't do shit," The Game said.

In this video, the 36-year-old said that Kingston had called him and asked to help him get his jewellery back. Kingston later told the rapper that Mill had blamed The Game for setting up the robbery. Next, the rapper in the video said the police ended up interviewing him.

The Games's response comes after Kingston shared a video in which he supports Mill.

"I ain't trying to be in media, no drama, no nothing. Meek [Mill], that's my dawg we never had no conversations about nothing. When [the robbery] happened I kept it moving me and [Meek Mill] left the club as equal. It was nothing. At the end of the day let's dead this shit," the 26-year-old singer said in the video.

Mill also seems to have responded to the feud as he shared a photo, where he can be seen throwing up two middle fingers. "U wanna fight?" Mill has captioned the photo.

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The Game did not take Kingston's outburst on social media lightly as he took to Instagram to respond to the latter’s harsh comments REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi