Attorney’s Speak On The Behalf Of Sean Kingston & Meek Mill
According to the media giant TMZ, a police report filed on music industry star Sean Kingston’s robbery shows no mention of the rapper Game and/or his real name, Jayceon Taylor. The former G-Unit/Aftermath recording artist has set claims in a video and diss song release just a few days ago, that Philly rapper Meek Mill gave information to the police and implicated the Compton, Piru and his people in the robbery, but if that were true, the belief is that surely Taylor’s name would be somewhere in the report. It’s not.
Kingston’s attorney has this to say to TMZ
“At no time did my client bring up The Game during the investigation,” Kingston’s attorney Michelle Iarusso told TMZ. “In fact, [Sean], to date, has not even spoken to any member of the LAPD regarding this incident.”
Kingston retained Iarusso for his lawsuit against the L.A. Penthouse Nightclub where the robbery happened. He claims the venue’s security set him up to get robbed, and he’s suing them for $900k.
Over the weekend, Kingston backed up the report, claiming Meek never said a word to anybody. “Meek, that’s my dawg, we never had no conversations about nothing,” said Kingston. “When [the robbery] happened I kept it moving, me and [Meek] left the club as equal. It was nothing. At the end of the day let’s dead this shyt.”
As for Meek, he’s sure Game is doing all this just to drum up publicity for the Compton rapper’s new 1992 album, which just so happens to drop in a couple of weeks. He disputed the snitching allegations, and Game’s manager Wack 100 responded, saying there would be no proof in paperwork.