Meek Mill, Ghana

Meek Mill Wants To Migrate To Ghana Because The U.S. Wants Black Men In Check

Meek Mill is ready to migrate to the Mother Land due to how the U.S. is "made to tear Black men down."

Meek Mill is ready to migrate to the Mother Land due to how the U.S. is “made to tear Black men down.”

The Philadelphia rapper has been sounding off on Twitter amid the release of his new music and his suspected name drop in the latest sexual assault lawsuit involving Sean “Diddy” Combs. Meek remains under fire as many on social media question if he is one of the redacted names in the new bombshell lawsuit.

After denying allegations of being gay last week, the Grammy-nominated artist is now expressing his desire to leave the U.S. and become a citizen of Ghana.

“I wanna get citizenship in Ghana!!!! America made to tear black men down if you don’t follow orders!” Meek tweeted on Monday, March 4.

Meek is no stranger to the West African country as he last performed in Ghana at the Afro Nation music festival. While there, he visited the Jubilee House where he met with Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

He received backlash when he filmed portions of a music video at a seat in government. However, he apologized and has continued to show his love for Ghana and desire to work with Ghanaian artists.

All the while, Meek remains under scrutiny after a footnote in Comb’s latest bombshell lawsuit listed the redacted name of a rapper the Bad Boy founder claimed to have been intimate with as “a Philadelphia rapper who dated Nicki Minaj.” The lawsuit was filed by Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, a former producer and videographer for Combs, who accuses the hip-hop mogul of repeatedly sexually assaulting him while he was working on his latest album, The Love Album: Off the Grid, from September 2022 to November 2023.

Amid the criticism coming his way, Meek took to Twitter last week to deny any and all gay allegations surrounding his name.

“I’m from Philly I don’t do coke or freaky a** molly … nobody won’t even offer me coke because I’m that heavy,” he tweeted last Wednesday. “No man or watt would ever approach me about gay activity and the whole place don’t get flipped … woke up seeing this on every blog like they know I’m coming! lol.”

“Yall see these rappers with gay styles they want that look … leave that too (sic) them I come from that gangsta s–t surviving in the jungle!” he wrote in a separate message.

When a fan told Meek that he had the “right to remain silent,” the rapper replied, “I have the right to say I ain’t gay and I’ll trash anybody that play with my manhood lol”.

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