Meek Mill vows to film in Philly to end fear of neighborhood after being 'bullied' for condemning gun violence

Meek Mill, who has close to 11 million followers on Twitter, posted about going all the way and said he wouldn't want to see a repeat of what happened to Nipsey Hussle

                            Meek Mill vows to film in Philly to end fear of neighborhood after being 'bullied' for condemning gun violence
Meek Mill (Getty Images)

Meek Mill, who was born and raised in Philadelphia, has been a strong advocate against gun violence in his city and has always expressed his concern over rappers getting shot and killed there. However, he had to face a lot of heat from the Internet when tried to pull off the same stunt in November 2020.

Now, referring to the same case, the 33-year-old rapper, who has close to 11 million followers on Twitter, posted about filming his next project in Philly to make it clear that nobody got to fear a neighborhood. He posted, “I can’t believe they thought they was gone bully me lol I’m shooting my whole next project in Philly not for respect to make it clear nobody gotta fear a neighborhood Chump... ima make sure it’s all non-residential areas so it’s safe also.”

Later in another tweet, he stated: "I’m from the trench when you decide to go against somebody we go alllllll the way or you dead it ain’t no no mercy! What I seen happen to nip I’ll never play ...moving like Putin out chea to protect what we built!"





Social media users did not waste time to react to the post. While a few supported him, others made fun of the ‘Imma Boss’ hitmaker. One user stated, “U make it so hard to defend u.” to which Mill replied, “I don’t need you to defend me tho lol I’ll be aight thankyou tho!.” Another expressed, “U too old to be playing games like that lol supposed to lead by example.” One individual shared, “Big bro we already know u stamped. If my opinion matters, I think you should get the bag away from the nonsense... we had too many great ones leave us too early #king” Another added, “Meek, bro! Please don't! Be smart, be safe! You have nothing to [email protected] it best when he said "A dog don't bark at parked cars, A dog only barks at cars that are moving and going somewhere.” – Steve Harve! Please don't do it..”  One person tweeted, “Teach brah, can’t raise our young ones to have fear in their heart. don’t pump no Kool-Aid!” One made fun of the rapper and said, “Ni**a management team is horrible.”















Mill had posted a series of tweets in November 2020 after he got upset about gunfire incidents involving rappers Badazz Boosie and Benny the Butcher who got shot in the leg a few weeks ago.  In the first tweet, he had said, “I’ll get all the main big artist in philly a deal if they put them bodies behind them and squash them beefs ...I hear about some hot young bulls from my city but they all beefing!” He then posted, “And that’s just an idea but I’ll push thru with my city if y’all make it thing! It’s like 5 clicks that’s talented but they deep in! And get they most attention when they beefing!” The rap heavyweight then added another tweet saying, “And when I say bodies I mean friends or family you lost!”

Meek Mill performs onstage during the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images)

In March 2020, Mill had condemned gun violence in his tweet saying, as reported by the pop culture website Complex, “The amount of animosity built up in my hood got the young bulls killing each other 200mph while a virus chasing their parents down to kill them too! Somebody gotta identify what happened to our mind frame in certain cities! The hate level too high for blacks.” Mill had also added then in one of his earlier tweets, "One day we gotta have the convo about the hood mind frame ni**as being brainwashed to fail ... simple as- if you went to jail 5 times for selling dope try weed or a job 'switch it up' if you got shot on that corner twice 'it’s ya life' try a new area ... at least try to win! ... I’m speaking on my city.. I just know we smarter than that!”

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