Roomies, it seems like Meek Mill has abruptly taken one other break from social media.
On Tuesday, folks seen that the Philly rapper was nowhere to be discovered. As a matter of truth, his social media pages have been disabled.
Whereas it’s not apparent as to why he deleted his handles, this ain’t his first time. Simply a few months in the past, Meek Mill deleted his social media accounts after a run in with a neighborhood Philly rapper.
Meek tweeted, “I’ll get all the primary large artist in philly a deal[,] in the event that they put them our bodies behind them beefs…I hear about…bought some younger bulls from my metropolis however all of them beefing.”
Quickly after that tweet, a neighborhood rapper by the identify of Poundside Pop known as Meek out for a earlier tweet he wrote by which he acknowledged that “everyone gone have to select a facet.” The native rapper replied, “It’s time so that you can choose a facet.” Poundside Pop wrote, “IS YOU ZOO OR NOT N***A????”
Meek would finally delete his accounts however returned shortly after.
Most just lately, Meek Mill blessed 35 Philadelphia families impacted by the damaged felony justice system.
Together with REFORM Alliance, PUMA, GoPuff and DocuVault, youngsters obtained MacBook Air laptops, iPads, Amazon Fireplace HD 8 tablets, child garments, Xbox Collection X gaming consoles, reward playing cards, and quite a lot of toys for his or her enjoyment.
Practising social distancing tips, a truck pulled as much as the houses of the households. As soon as the presents have been delivered, Meek Mill personally FaceTimed the households.
Meek acknowledged, “It’s been a tricky 12 months for all of us, however via all of the ups and downs, I’ll at all times do my half to assist and provides again to the Philly group that raised me,” Meek mentioned. “I bear in mind not having a lot rising up, so it’s vital to make use of my platform to provide again, particularly to the households making an attempt to offer for his or her youngsters whereas additionally coping with the felony justice system.”
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