Meek Mill is done with social media.
The Dreamchasers boss has decided to take a break from Instagram and Twitter to focus on real life.
On Saturday (April 20), he deleted his Instagram page, but his Twitter account currently remains active. “No social media …. all real life!” he tweeted just moments after deleting IG.
The move comes following the death of his friend Nipsey Hussle, who was killed outside his Marathon Clothing store in Los Angeles last month.
Meek, who was working on a joint project with Nipsey, was deeply affected by the tragedy. “Broke me,” he tweeted following Nipsey’s death. “He really fighting for our lives against our own kind and really have to take risk and match the level of hatred that we are born in .. I’m tired 🙏🏾 prayers for my brother and his family.”
Prior to deleting his Instagram, Meek shared a photo of a black Lamborghini with a woman’s wedding dress flowing out of it. “When I get married this how we carrying it [fishing] for a wife,” he captioned it.
He also posted other cryptic messages. “You spend too much time on women that’s why you ain’t having it like I’m having it,” he wrote in another post, adding, “You gave me more than I wanted … You gave me more than I needed.”
According to Urban Islandz, it’s all part of the promo for new music Meek is working on. He had previously been teasing new music on Twitter. “I should drop another 4 pack!!!” he wrote on April 14, referencing 2016’s four-track EP 4/4.
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