By Amanda Wicks
Sean Kingston and Meek Mill never snitched on The Game, according to a new statement from Kingston’s lawyer Michelle Iarusso.
Speaking with TMZ, Iarusso said her client never pointed the finger at Game after discovering that his $300,000 necklace had been stolen from the L.A. Penthouse Nightclub. “At no time did my client bring up The Game during the investigation,” Iarusso said. “In fact, [Sean], to date, has not even spoken to any member of the LAPD regarding this incident.”
Besides speaking with Kingston’s lawyer, TMZ obtained a copy of the original police report, and nowhere in the document is Game mentioned as a possible suspect. If Meek had thrown out Game’s name, it’s likely it would’ve been noted in that paperwork. The case has since been closed because Kingston is no longer cooperating. Instead, he’s interested in suing the nightclub over negligence.
Iarusso’s statement echoes what Kingston said over the weekend about Meek. On Instagram, he stated that his friend had never named Game to the police. It seems to be a matter of miscommunication, but that hasn’t stopped the threats from flying fast and furious on both sides. While rappers have been quick to take sides between Game and Meek, Nipsey Hussle is advocating for a more peaceful solution. The level-headed rapper wants the two to “sit down like men” and talk out their issues.