Sean Kingston Gives News Interview Regarding Altercation With Migos. Says Soulja Boy May Be The Reason He Was Jumped (Video)

Sean Kingston Denies Migos Fight Video Shows Him Being Handcuff By Cops {VIDEO} 

There's been a lot of talk on social media this week about an alleged altercation between Sean Kingston and Migos on Tuesday, February 21 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas.

Kingston sat down with Las Vegas television station 8 News Now to give his side of the story. According to the singer, nine men including the three members of Migos jumped him.

"I went out there thinking we were gonna have a conversation,' he said. "They FaceTimed me, 'Yo, let's talk like men. I miss you ... let's chop it up.' As soon as I went out side there was no talking. They just started jumping on me, throwing punches. I didn't have a chance to put my set up. I didn't have a chance to do nothing. It was very shocking because no matter what happens ... it's kinda like, they've been to my house, I've been to their house. My mom cooked for them."

Kingston is not exactly sure why the alleged assault happened.

"I'm hearing different stories," Kingston told 8 News Now. "I'm hearing it had something to do with Soulja Boy. He was at my house and I said something in a video they didn't like."

Moises Johnson

The fight halted when Kingston's best friend, Moises "Bo Jack" Johnson, fired a gunshot into the air. Nobody was hit, but TMZ reports that Jonson was arrested and charged with 3 felony counts for pointing the gun at 3 people and felony possession of a firearm without a permit.

There have been no other arrests in the case.


Sean Kingston has stepped forward to deny allegations that he was jumped and beaten to a pulp by the Migos trio. 
But shortly after he made the claim on Instagram a video surfaced showing him getting handcuffed by police officers in Las Vegas. On Tuesday, Twitter came alive with news of the alleged beat down with fans trolling the reggae pop singer after he got into a brawl with Migos at the Agenda Trade Show in Las Vegas. There are also reports that a member of Sean Kingston crew fired a shot but no one was hurt.
Cops were called to the scene but both Migos and Sean Kingston fled before cops arrived. The singer was later spotted being pulled over by cops but was not arrested. TMZ posted a video showing Kingston being cuffed and questioned by police officers before he was let go. 
Sean Kingston posted a since-deleted video on his Instagram page pretty much denying getting beat up. “Can’t keep a good man down a what happen to some boy,” he said while singing the lyrics to Sizzla’s classic single “Solid As A Rock.” Kingston also added that there are no scratches on his face or anything to show that he was involved in a fight. “Do I look like I got jumped, am smooth like a mother***** ice man.”


Sean Kingston Badly Injured After Allegedly Being Beaten & Stomped On By Migos Moises JohnsonMoises Johnson mugshot

*A friend of Sean Kingston who fired a gunshot in the air as the singer was allegedly getting beaten and stomped by the rap group Migos has been charged in Las Vegas.

According to TMZ, 28-year-old Moises Johnson was booked with discharging a firearm by firing a shot in the air. He was also booked on three felony counts for pointing the gun at three people, and felony possession of a firearm without a permit.

As previously reported, the incident took place Tuesday night at the Sands Expo & Convention Center. It’s unclear what started the fight. Video taken before the alleged beatdown showed Kingston and members of Migos greeting each other warmly.

Kingston has not filed a police report against Migos, perhaps because he took to social media Wednesday to declare that he was never jumped by Migos.

“Do I look like I got jumped,” the singer asks his fans on Instagram, before going on to say that “I look smooth as ice. Real top shotta.”

Watch below:


The Full Conversation Between The Game & Beanie Sigel About Meek Mill Hits The Net {AUDIO} 

An argument between Sean Kingston and the three members of Migosturned violent on Tuesday, February 21.

TMZ reports that the incident went down at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas.  According to the website, things went left during a heated discussion regarding Soulja Boy, who publicly dissed Migos member Quavo recently.

A fight ensued and Kingston was allegedly beaten, kicked and had his head stomped on. The "Beautiful Girls" hit maker was reportedly badly injured.

The brawl ended when a member of Kingston's camped pulled out a gun and fired a shot. Nobody was hit, but the shooter was apprehended by security and later turned over to the Las Vegas Police Department.

Neither Migos or Kingston were on the scene by the time police arrived. However, cops did speak with Kingston a short time later. He didn't point the finger at anyone, but was said to be "semi-cooperative."

Authorities now want to speak with Takeoff, Offset and Quavo. No arrest warrant has been issued for the "Bad and Boujee" rappers and they are not "wanted" by police.


Meek Mill Affiliate, Teefy Bey, Admits To Knocking Out Beanie Sigel For Giving The Game Inside Information: "You Broke The Code Of Ethics Of The Streets" (Video) 

Three days after Oschino played a snippet of the phone conversation that took place between Beanie Sigel and The Game following the release of Meek Mill's "OOOUUU"diss track, the full audio has made it's way to the net.

Just in case you hadn't been paying attention, Meek released the song in response to Game's "92 Bars" diss record.

Beans appeared on "OOOUUU" and said he ghostwrote part of it for Meek and Omelly.

Game fired back with "Pest Control," which included shots at Beans.

Sigel reached out to The Game to clear the air. During the conversation he made it clear he had no allegiance to Meek.

"You got every right to do whatever you're gonna do to Meek, that's y'all beef," Beans tells Game during the call. "I'm not calling about Meek. I don't care ... literally, I could give two sh*ts. I'm not making no paper with Meek. Meek ain't trying to do nothing for me. He ain't called me and asked me to do a record or nothing. You see how happy the n*gga was when he smiled just for those two lines (I recorded)."

Not long afterwards, Sigel, was knocked out by Dreamchasers affiliate Teefy Beybackstage at a Bad Boy Reunion concert in Philadelphia.

Subsequently, Sigel released three diss songs going at Meek.

Peep the call up top.


The Game Says Beanie Sigel Got Jumped By Meek Mill's Dreamchasers At The Bad Boy Reunion Concert In Philadelphia (Video)

The stories about Beanie Sigel getting knocked out by a member of Meek Mill'sDreamchasers squad are no longer just rumors.

TMZ obtained footage of the 42-year old rapper laid out backstage at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia during The Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour Friday, September 23.

Teefy Bey, a Meek affiliate, can be clearly be seen walking away from the incident in the clip.

If the name sounds familiar it's because Ar-Ab claimed the Do4Self Records CEOwas extorting Meek in the diss song "Back to Back."

"I know that you gotta pay Teefy / I heard that you gotta pay weekly," Ab raps.

Teefy Bey (center) says Beanie Sigel broke street code by talking to The Game about Dreamchasers business.

In a new interview with HipHopSince1987, Teefy, speaks on why he felt like Beanie needed to be dealt with harshly.

"He backdoored n*ggas with Game and them. Telling n*ggas information that only the camp know," Teefy explains. "And not the information that you (ghostwrote on Meek's OOOUUU diss), 'cause you didn't. The information was worse than that y'all. You ain't gonna try to play me or play my family out. Play my n*ggas out for a nut a$$ n*gga named Game. You broke the code of ethics of the streets."

Teefy added that he is not extorting Meek and has never received a dime from him.

Watch the full interview below. Teefy addresses the Beanie Sigel situation beginning at 8:08.


The Game x Wendy Williams: Says He Slept With Kim Kardashian, Khloe & Blac Chyna. Talks Meek Mill Beef, Squashing 50 Cent Conflict & Being A Fan Of 'Power' (Video) 

There's been a rumor floating around that Beanie Sigel got jumped by a member or members of Meek Mill's Dreamchasers crew, while at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia during The Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour Friday, September 23.

The 42-year old rapper was brought onstage by Diddy during the show and proclaimed, "The real king of Philly is back! We will be represented right!"

Some time after that the State Property boss, who is missing part of a lung as the result of a 2014 shooting, was allegedly knocked out.

The Game addressed the situation via an Instagram video on Saturday.

"So, the young bull knocked out the old head 'cause he was drawlin at the jaw," the Compton rapper says in the short clip. "N*ggas is crazy, man. N*ggas went and got Beans on a song to diss me. That ain't do what n*ggas thought it was gon' do. So, y'all went back and beat the legend up, man?"

Meek responded on IG with a photo caption that read: "Stop wit the rumors! Gossip queens lol."

We live in a social media age where if something goes down and isn't caught on video or in photos, most people tend to believe it didn't happen.

However, if Beanie was knocked out by the Chasers it could be the result of him apologizing to The Game for jumping on Meek's "OOOUUU" diss song.


Sean Kingston Exposed The Game in Meek Mill Beef, Says He is Responsible for Club Robbery 

The Game stopped by The Wendy Williams Show on Tuesday, September 20, to promote his forthcoming album titled "1992."

He talked about the origin of his beef with Meek Mill and said he wasn't sure how far it will go, hashing things out with 50 Cent and being a fan of "Power,"

The Compton rapper also addressed rapping that he had slept with three Kardashians in the song "Sauce."

"I used to f*c* b!tches that Usher Raymond passed off / Then I f*cked three Kardashians, hold that thought," he says in the song.

During his conversation with Wendy, Game revealed that Kim, Khloe and Blac Chyna, though she's not technically a Kardashian yet, were the three he was referring to.

 Peep the interview below.


Sean Kingston Goes Off On The Game After The Rapper Calls Him A Liar For Denying Meek Mill Snitched About His Robbery: "You A Hoe A$$ N*gga!" (Video)the-game-and-sean-kingston-beef

Sean Kingston and The Game went at each other on Saturday as the Meek Mill and Game beef drags on on social media.

Kingston was directly involved in the beef from the start but remained quiet at least until now. The Compton emcee started dissing Meek a few days ago when he not only dropped a diss track “92 Bars” but also ripped him on stage during a performance in Miami. Sources say that their beef started from the whole Sean Kingston robbery at a club in Los Angeles back in June. Seems all of that were true.

Last night Sean Kingston breaks his silence in a series of videos posted on Instagram which he has since deleted. “This bum need proof show when I called u show a police report that got my name anywhere in it!!! I was raised by OG’s we don’t talk to police stop lying and Man up oh u can’t I forgot HO= MAN SMH,” Kingston wrote in the caption of one of the videos he posted showing off his expensive jewelries.

In one of the videos, Sean Kingston rant about what happened in the club the night he was robbed saying that The Game goons were involved. “You trying to sell some albums, how the f*** you going to beef with a pop star ni**a,” he said. “You know what the f*** happened in the club. Your ni**as ran up hit me in my head with a bottle and then took off my jewelry, nobody shot any favors for me.”

The Game responded giving his side of the story saying that Sean Kingston hit him up after getting robbed saying that he want his help to get back his jewelry. According to Game, the robbery was an inside job done by someone in Sean Kingston’s inner circle.

“#FACTS @SeanKingston you fat scary lying as ni**a on here playing games wit this pu**y @meekmill,” The Game said. “Frontin’ for these people. Ni**as in yo own circle set you up, whooped yo as in the club & took all yo sh*t off yo neck in front of your security & yo ni**as & they watched it happened. You telling police I had sumn to do with you gettin robbed & I set you up cause Meesha punk as told you that is some hoe sh*t.”


The Game Believes Meek Mill Implicated Him In Robbery Of Sean Kingston's 300K Chain, Sparking Their Beef. Meek Responds 

Sean Kingston doesn't have a reputation as someone who is gangster, but you would never know that judging from a series of Instagram videos he released Sunday, September 18, going at The Game.

To make sense of this beef we need to go back to June of this year when Kingston was assaulted and robbed of a $300,000 chain while he was at the Penthouse Nightclub & Dayclub in West Hollywood.

By all accounts, both Meek Mill and Game were also at the same club that night.

Game says Kingston asked for his help in getting his bling back. He later told the Compton rapper that Meek said he was the person who set him up.

This started the Meek vs. Game beef, which went public Friday, September 16

Last night Kingston released an Instagram video denying Game's version of events.

"Meek, that's my dawg. We never had no conversation about nothing," Kingston says in the clip. "I got real OG's that'll tell you. I know the street code. I didn't even speak to Meek when that sh*t happened."

That prompted a video response from Game, in which he calls Kingston a liar.

"@SeanKingston you fat scary lying a$$ n*gga on here playing games wit this p*ssy @meekmill..... Frontin' for these people," Game captioned the video. "N*ggas in yo own circle set you up, whooped yo a$$ in the club & took all yo sh*t off yo neck in front of your security & yo n*ggas & they watched it happened !!!!! You telling police I had sumn to do with you gettin robbed & I set you up cause Meesha punk a$$ told you that is some hoe sh*t !!!! But what's even worse, is yo buster a$$ on here fakin' when you know what the f*c* you called my phone & said !!!!! Meek been tellin on n*ggas..... Anywhere he can snitch to get ahead his rat a$$ will do it !!!! One day you look up & my fist gone be in yo f*ckin jaw.... & ain't nobody gone be there to hide behind or help you.... You gone take this a$$ whoopin like a man & the world is home see me beat the hoe out you !!!!!!! I'm 1,000% sure yo punk a$$ & ya chubby side piece had detectives at my house before I left on tour.... Questioning me telling me verbatim what y'all n*ggas told them.... Keep fakin for Instagram..... You gone have to see me, & then we will see if you can stand behind the words you typing on this app b*tch !!!!!!!!!!! You know in yo heart you scared & this time it ain't going away..... This one won't rest until you catch this a$$ whoopin."

Kingston fired back with venom in several videos.

"Listen, you fake a$$, hoe a$$ n*gga. The whole world know what you 'bout. You trying to sell some albums. How the f*c* you look beefing with a pop star, n*gga?" Kingston roared. "You know what the f*c* happened in the club. The n*ggas ran up, hit me in the head with a bottle, then took off my jewelry. You a hoe a$$ n*gga, batty boy! You was on the Change of Heart show. What the f*c* you talking about? You a disgrace to the Bloods, n*gga. I f*c* with real Bloods ... F*c* you!."

Well, damn!!!


The Game & His Crew Targeted In Shooting {VIDEO} Calls Meek Mill A Snitch During Concert. 

The Game seemed to come out of left field when he called Meek Mill a snitch during a concert at STORY Nightclub in Miami Thursday, September 15, then following that up today with the diss song "92 Bars."

We now have a clearer understanding of where the beef stems from.

TMZ reports that Game believes Meek implicated him in the robbery of Sean Kingston's $300,000 chain back in June.

As we repaired at the time, Kingston claimed he was at the Penthouse Nightclub & Dayclub in West Hollywood when 2 men approached him. He was hit in the head with a bottle and had his chain snatched.

Meek and The Game happened to be at the club when Kingston was assaulted.

Game believes Meek snitched to the police by telling them that someone from his crew had something to do with the robbery.

Law enforcement officials TMZ contacted Friday, September 16, told the website that Game was never a suspect and Kingston stopped cooperating, resulting in the investigation being closed.

Meek responded to all the drama by calling it a publicity stunt by Game to promote his upcoming album.

"U wanna fight? Next morning a diss raps," he captioned a now deleted Instagram post. "Then the pre-order links! THE JIG IS UP YALL GUYS REAL RAPPERS! Make sure y'all go support them industry cats!"

Game shot right back with a caption on a photo of himself and Meek's girlfriend Nicki Minaj.

"The last time Nicki held a REAL N**** #7thGradeBodyHavinAssNigga," Game quipped. "Everybody know you the wife n****.... If she take her followers back, you gone be back at 100k !!! #Snitch #RatsWillDoAnythingForCheese #WeakMeal."


This beef is still cooking. It will be interesting to see if Meek releases a diss song of his own.


The Game Calls Meek Mill A Snitch During Concert. Drops '92 Bars' Diss Track: 'I've Been Wanting To Give Nicki This Pool Stick' (Audio/Video)

The Game and his entourage were the targets of a shooting in Miami Beach on Friday morning, September 16, according to police.

TMZ reports that around 7:30 a.m. multiple gunshots were fired into a white Mercedes-Benz G Wagon parked outside of the Fontainebleau Hotel.

Wack 100, Game's manager, told TMZ that the gunman or gunmen actually hit the wrong vehicle. Their ride, black Chevy SUV, was parked right next to the G Wagon.

Game's white Range Rover was parked about 15 feet away from the shooting.

As we previously reported The Game dissed Meek Mill at STORY Nightclub in Miami the night before. However, there's no evidence to suggest the two incidents are related.


Seemingly out of nowhere The Game is going in on Meek Mill.

During an appearance at STORY Nightclub in Miami Thursday, September 15, the Compton rapper called Meek a snitch and said he wanted to scrap with him.

" I just wanna beat that n*gga a$$ one good time," Game told the audience. "When you see me n*gga, square up. F*c* Meek Mill."

He later said Meek was a rat.

"Snitching like Weak Mill, I never heard of that," Game rapped during a song.

On Friday morning, September 16, The Breakfast Club premiered a diss record by The Game aimed at Meek called "92 Bars," in which he talks about wanting to get with the MMG rapper's girlfriend, Nicki Minaj.

"And I've been wanting to give Nicki this pool stick / So, tell your your lil' vibrant thang come f*c* with q-tip," he raps.

There's obviously a backstory to this beef and we'll let you guys know as soon as we find out what it is.

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