Mild mill of Philadelphia gang leaders & # 39; FORBIDDEN & # 39; – For selling peace!

According to MTO News, rapper Meek Mill was "banned" by several gang leaders from going to his hometown of Philadelphia. And all because after the murder of two prominent rappers King Von and Mo3, the rapper called for "peace" on the streets.

The "Ima Boss" hitmaker, who has more than 10 million followers on Twitter, posted a number of tweets. The first said, "I'm going to make a deal to all the great Philadelphia artists if they leave their bodies behind and they crush beef … I hear from … have some hot young cops from my town, but they are all beef ! "


Then he wrote: "And that's just an idea, but I'll prevail with my city if you can!" It's 5 clicks that are talented, but they are deep inside! And they get the most attention when they meat! "The American rapper added another tweet saying," And when I say body, I mean friends or family you've lost! "

Shortly after Meek made this call for peace, social media reports said that the city's leading gang leaders uttered the word that Meek was "banned" from returning to the city of brotherly love. They don't like the news he's spreading.

This is how Twitter reacts to Meek's ban:

Two years ago, Meek Mill released his Grammy-nominated fourth studio album, Championships. Now it looks like the album follow-up might be just around the corner.

On Tuesday (October 20), Meek hopped on Twitter to reply to a fan who asked for an update on his next project. "When does the album fall?" The fan wrote.

"This year lol," replied the Philadelphia native.

Meek has remained relatively calm on the music scene over the past few months, only having his "Type Beat" freestyle and "Other Side Of America" ​​- his single targeting racial inequality – during protests against police brutality in June last month drop.

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