Meek Mill Affiliate, Teefy Bey, Admits To Knocking Out Beanie Sigel
The stories about Beanie Sigel getting knocked out by a member of Meek Mill’s Dreamchasers 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 CEO was 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.