Hip-Hop and video games have gone hand-in-hand for a long time both positively and in some cases negatively with the numerous rappers suing Fortnite. The Philly rapper during a recent #AskMeek Twitter Q&A session revealed that he is starting his own Esports team and is looking for the best of the best.

The Game Pens Heartfelt Tribute To Former Foe Meek Mill

The Game has nothing but respect for Meek Mill. It wasn’t long ago when The Game was penning bars by the hundreds, doling them out to his lengthy list of enemies. One such foe included Meek Mill, with whom Game beefed in 2016 during a long, convoluted, Sean-Kingston-involved saga.

Meek Mill Shoots His Shot At Kourtney Kardashian On Instagram

Meek Mill has never been afraid to express his admiration for his gorgeous crushes on Instagram comments, but he shocked fans with this one… Meek Mill is known for being an “open” artist who has been expressing how he feels on many political matters such as Gun Reform and the Criminal Justice System in the U.S.

Houston Announces ‘Meek Mill Day’ to Honor Philly Rapper

With Meek Mill’s The Motivation Tour trekking through Texas over the weekend, he was greeted with a special surprise and some Southern hospitality following his Houston show on Saturday night. The Philadelphia native announced that H-Town honored Meek with his own Meek Mill Day in the city. “Life is a roller coaster!

Meek Mill Nonprofit Received $5 Million From Prison Tech Investor

Meek Mill’s emergence as the face of the probation system’s injustices culminated in January with a press event at John Jay College in Manhattan, where Meek, Jay-Z, CNN commentator Van Jones, and several billionaires gathered on stage to unveil Reform Alliance, a new nonprofit dedicated to helping the estimated 4.5 million people on probation or parole, aiming to reduce that number by one million over the next five years.

Meek Mill

Robert Rihmeek Williams (born May 6, 1987), known professionally as Meek Mill, is an American rapper, songwriter, and activist. Born and raised in Philadelphia, he embarked on his music career as a battle rapper, and later formed a short-lived rap group, The Bloodhoundz. In 2008, Atlanta-based rapper T.I.

Meek Mill’s Legal Troubles: A History

The ballad of Meek Mill is long, repetitive and unpleasant. Over the past decade-plus, the rapper has spent an estimated $30 million on legal defense, as he’s gone in and out of Philadelphia courtrooms, jails and now prison for a variety of charges and petty parole violations that he has disputed.

Why Did Meek Mill Go to Prison?

Update (4/24/2018): The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered Meek Mill to be released on bail today. The decision came after the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office said Meek’s conviction on gun and drug charges should be overturned due to concerns about the credibility of a police officer who was a key witness.

[Verse 1]
Yah
Big bag, got ’em big mad
A nigga gettin’ to some money and his bitch bad
Jumpin’ out the Rolls truck with the temp tag
I’m gettin’ money, I don’t get mad, ugh
Ask a nigga in my hood, he go and said it on stand
And when them situations came, I came out like a champ
When it was pourin’ down rain and I came out of it damp
But now it’s champagne showers when we poppin’ the champ’, ugh
We dodged all the feds and they traps
Niggas can’t be us ’cause they rats
Stand tall, point a finger, never that
I knew a nigga had it all, went to the B, ain’t get it back
That’s why I’m humble as ever, and I rumble whatever
Don’t chase hoes ’cause they come with this cheddar
I seen my man girl start actin’ bougie when he fuck up his cheddar
Before you knew it, niggas was fuckin’ her better
I knew about it and I-
Wanted to tell him, I felt funny as ever
But when I told him, he went runnin’ to tell her, damn
Remember I was down bad, I’m talkin’ under the cellar
Now the Rolls Royces come with umbrellas
For the rain and all the pain that we been through
If you don’t feed your wolves they gon’ put you on the menu
That’s why I be with family and some bulls that I been knew
If money determined loyalty, we’d cut you with a Ginsu
Now I go against you, facts

[Chorus]
Rule number one, never count your homie pockets thinkin’ you deserve it
Rule number two, never trust a bitch that’ll fuck you for some purses
Rule number three, save you some of that money, shit you better stop splurgin’
‘Cause when it’s all said and done and you back at the bottom, they gon’ treat you like you worthless
Respect the game

[Verse 2]
Fuck the fame
We millionaires fuck your watch and lil’ chain
Niggas disappear as quick as Lil Zane
You feelin’ yourself, I know you got a lil’ lane
Just hold your composure, I seen this shit happen over and over
That couple hundred thousand holdin’ you over
That ain’t real money
That’s bill money, buy a Rollie, get a wheel money
Catch a case, pay a lawyer, take a deal money
Now you tapped out and got no appeal money
Callin’ home like niggas done did you wrong
But when you had that money you could’ve put niggas on
And the moment they put cuffs on you, your bitch was gone
Student of the game, I’m just ahead of my class
I’m that nigga, but I never got my head up my ass
You doin’ good, but I’m ready for bad
And you won’t never catch me frontin’ ’cause I’m used to bein’ second to last
Respect the game

[Chorus]
Rule number one, never count your homie pockets thinkin’ you deserve it
Rule number two, never trust a bitch that’ll fuck you for some purses
Rule number three, save you some of that money, shit you better stop splurgin’
‘Cause when it’s all said and done and you back at the bottom, they gon’ treat you like you worthless
Respect the game

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